More Spent Auditing Political Charities Than Terror Groups

Canada Revenue Agency spent more on audits of charities’ political activities than it did tracking terrorist fundraisers, data show. The Agency yesterday confirmed in three years of auditing groups like the Sierra Club and Canadian Council of Churches, it did not find grounds to revoke a single registration for breach of rules on prohibited partisan activities: “It’s crazy”.

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