Canada lost $169 million in 2017 to flawed e-commerce tax regime, says AG


    Domestic businesses are at an unfair disadvantage to foreign competitors who avoid collecting sales tax, the federal auditor general (AG) said in a report. That’s because the Canada Revenue Agency lacks the necessary power to properly collect the levy and investigate non-compliance, and the Canada Border Services Agency did not properly look into whether courier companies handling low-value shipments were following the rules. (CTV News)

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