Lawyer says CRA owes clients an apology

Photographer: Tim Gouw

Photographer: Tim Gouw


“The lawyer for a Nanaimo, B.C., couple who won a groundbreaking award for damages because of malicious prosecution by the Canada Revenue Agency says the minister of national revenue owes his clients an apology,” wrote Jason Proctor for CBC News on March 7, 2018.

Proctor continued, “Steven Kelliher also said that, while Tony and Helen Samaroo have been acquitted of tax evasion in criminal court and awarded $1.7 million for mistreatment in civil court, the CRA still appears bent on pursuing them in tax court. 

“What does it take? What does it take to tell these people they made a mistake and move on? This is all about them being right and a bit of vengeance thrown in,” he said to CBC News.”

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