Court Vetoes CRA Damages

The British Columbia Court of Appeal has struck punitive damages against the Canada Revenue Agency for malicious prosecution of a Nanaimo restaurateur. The Court ruled just because the business owner was acquitted of tax evasion was no reason to doubt auditors sincerely believed they had “circumstantial evidence” of wrongdoing: “This does not mean that conviction is certain.”

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