A manager with Winmar, a local firm in the renovation and disaster restoration field, Drake was present Monday when National Revenue Minister Kerry-Lynne Findlay announced creation of an advisory committee to help crack down on under-the-table deals ...
Daniela conducted a series of focus groups and interviews to provide key policy recommendations to improve the process of managing immigration between China and Canada. Daniela's award was also presented by the Honourable Kerry-Lynne Findlay, ...and more »
Before that discussion gets underway, however, MPs will spend the day discussing the government's efforts to expand the power of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) -- which would include, among other changes, a loosening of the current ...and more »
... after businesses that offer under-the-table deals to avoid paying tax. Revenue Minister Kerry-Lynne Findlay told reporters Monday she's turning to a new advisory committee made up of services most known for cash deals in the underground economy ...and more »
TORONTO – The federal government has formed an advisory committee to crack down on everyone from waiters to construction workers – who are paid under-the-table and costing the country roughly $41-billion a year. At a news conference in Toronto on ...and more »