British Columbia’s luxury car sector is being used to launder the proceeds of crime, according to an independent review on money laundering through luxury cars and horse racing by former senior RCMP officer Peter German.
German's report, released Tuesday, May 7, 2019, is the first detailed examination of money laundering in luxury car sales in Canada.
By Alex Hemingway
Changes to personal BC taxes over the past year and a half — including elimination of Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums—mean the vast majority of households are seeing their tax bills fall while the richest one per cent are paying more.
This is good news for tax fairness in BC.
We are so lucky to live in this extraordinary province. With beautiful mountains, pristine wilderness, rivers and lakes, and wild coastline, we need to do all we can to protect this province we love and call home.
The B.C. government has released its updated action plan in response to the government-commissioned, independent Abbott/Chapman report on the unprecedented 2017 wildfire and flood seasons in British Columbia.
It’s time for BC to follow the Maritime provinces and regulate gas prices to end gouging that has caused gas prices in Metro Vancouver to skyrocket, says a senior economist with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives BC Office.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a few tips that could save you time and money.
At tax time, here are eight things to remember:
1. File your tax return
The following is a press release issued by Surrey RCMP:
Surrey RCMP is updating the public regarding the investigation into an alleged occurrence of public incitement of hatred on social media. One man has now been arrested following an investigation which began on Sunday April 21, 2019.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and its partners applaud a new federally-funded $100 million program to safeguard important habitats for species at risk.
Governments in Victoria and Ottawa joined together with BC Hydro to recently announce funding for the Peace Region Electricity Supply (PRES) project.
Every year around tax time, Canadians call the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) with a variety of questions.
Whether it's changing a person's address or shifting marital status, the CRA receives numerous questions during the final day before filing date at the end of April.