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Tax Courts Set to Resume, Though With Limited Capacity

During the peak of the COVID-19 crisis in Canada, the Tax Court of Canada cancelled judicial sittings from March 16, 2020. After just over four months without hearing any cases, the court has issued a Notice to the Profession announcing services will begin to re-open as of July 20, 2020. However, not all services or locations will be starting right away. Limited Tax Court Locations Even with courts back in operation,… Read More

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Cameco Awarded More than $10 Million in Legal Fees After Decade Long Dispute with the CRA

Canadian resource company Cameco, one of the world’s largest producers of uranium fuel, recently announced that it would be receiving $10.25 million in costs after a protracted battle with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) over alleged tax evasion. Some Background The dispute began when the CRA questioned Cameco’s corporate structure following the company’s reorganization in the late 1990’s. At issue was whether Cameco used a Swiss subsidiary, Cameco Europe Ltd. (CEL) as a means of… Read More