Polygamists Lose Tax Bid

Canada Revenue Agency has won a landmark court judgment that narrowly defines religious congregations under federal tax law. The $1.8 million ruling came in a case that exposed the finances of a polygamist group in B.C., where children as young as 12 were put to work and families held “famine calls” to pay taxes: “This is an unusual tax case.”

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