24 février 2017

Let's set refugee policy without U.S (Ottawa Citizen)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law - Common Law Section, shares her thoughts on refugee policy.

CRA expects to track down $400-million in tax crackdown (The Globe and Mail)
Vern Krishna, Faculty of Law - Common Law Section, called the $400 million tax crackdown remarkable, but expressed skepticism regarding the figure, noting that the appeal process at CRA can take a long time.

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Revenu Canada espère récupérer au moins 400 millions en impôts impayés (La Presse)

Évasion fiscale: l'ARC espère récupérer au moins 400 M $ en impôts impayés

$400M tax crackdown (Castanet)

New Canadian Constitution Foundation Report Reveals Major Problems with Canadian Vaping Laws (Canada Free Press)
David T. Sweanor, Faculty of Law - Common Law Section, shares his thoughts on vaping. 

Vaping helps people quit smoking and cuts health-care costs; E-cigarettes should be seen as a public health opportunity, writes Lauren Millar (Calgary Herald)
Lauren Millar, a second-year law student at the University of Ottawa, shares her thoughts on e-cigarette legislation.

Everything you need to know about the 'Netflix Tax' (Mobile Syrup)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law - Common Law Section, shares his thoughts on the "Netflix Tax".  

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