Can’t Explain $182M Tax Loss

Authorities cannot account for a dramatic decline in tobacco tax revenues collected by the Canada Border Services Agency. Tax collections fell by nearly $200 million last year due almost entirely to a 13 percent drop in one Québec port. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said he was unaware of the figures, obtained through Access To Information: “That has to raise some red flags”.

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