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CanadaCRA raids 15 locations in Ontario and Quebec in alleged $8.3M tax-evasion case

21:00  12 june  2019
21:00  12 june  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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The CRA says its raids on Wednesday morning relate to a case of 'international tax evasion .' Canada Revenue Agency investigators and RCMP officers raided 15 locations across Ontario and Quebec today as part of a criminal probe into international tax evasion , the CRA said in a statement.

Canada Revenue Agency investigators and RCMP officers raided 15 locations across Ontario and Quebec today as part of a criminal probe into international tax evasion , the CRA said in a statement.

CRA raids 15 locations in Ontario and Quebec in alleged $8.3M tax-evasion case © Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press The CRA says its raids on Wednesday morning relate to a case of 'international tax evasion.'

Canada Revenue Agency investigators and RCMP officers raided 15 locations across Ontario and Quebec today as part of a criminal probe into international tax evasion, the CRA said in a statement.

About 128 revenue agents, assisted by Mounties, searched locations in Windsor, London, the Toronto area, Ottawa, Gatineau, Laval and Montreal.

The ongoing investigation is into roughly $8.3 million in tax evaded, the CRA said.

The CRA said information from the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (Fintrac), Canada's anti-money-laundering watchdog agency, has played a "significant" role in the investigation. Fintrac gathers information on financial transactions, such as all transfers of $10,000 or more into and out of Canada.

"These search warrants show that our investments are paying off and we are starting to see results. Fighting tax evasion is a priority for our government," Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier said in a statement.

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