Malicious Tax Case Cost $1M

The Government of Canada spent more than a million dollars on the malicious tax prosecution of a family-owned restaurant, say Access To Information records. Department of Justice spending totaled $946,622. It did not include the cost of an ongoing appeal of a Court ruling that cited auditors for “high-handed, reprehensible and malicious” conduct: “A million dollars is an awful lot of money to spend on a court case.”

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