In another case of taxpayers holding the Canada Revenue Agency accountable for its actions, Alberta company Cardel Construction is suing the CRA for $32 million, claiming that two of the company’s five shareholders “’suffered mental anguish and stress’ as a result of multiple CRA audits that ‘threatened to impose unreasonable and punitive levels of … income tax, both corporate and personal, for the sole purpose of intimidating’ a settlement on Ottawa’s preferred terms.”
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