Didn’t Pay Tax For 14 Years

A Saskatchewan businessman has lost a bid to avoid a six-figure tax bill by declaring bankruptcy – twice. Court of Queen’s Bench ruled the delinquent tax-filer must make at least partial payment after going 14 years without paying tax: “Canada Revenue was really pushing to get that money”.

This content is for Blacklock’s Reporter members only. Please login to view this content. (Register here.)

Back to Top