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2016-09-22 14:57 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Allegations of fraud and fraud, Canada Revenue Agency, Oral questions, Payroll taxes,

Agence du revenu du Canada, Allégations de fraude et fraudes, Charges sociales, Questions orales,

Mr. Speaker, the Mont-Laurier region has been hit hard by suspected fraud.

The police is investigating a payroll services company, which has filed for bankruptcy, and its managers. Nearly $600,000 in payroll deductions from about 80 SMEs and organizations were not remitted to the federal and provincial governments.

My team, MLA Sylvain Pagé, the CFDC, the CLD, the Chamber of Commerce and others are helping the businesses affected.

Can the Minister of National Revenue explain how the Canada Revenue Agency can help the people in the Upper Laurentians deal with this difficult situation?

Monsieur le Président, la région de Mont-Laurier est durement frappée par une fraude présumée.

La police enquête sur une entreprise qui offre des services de paie ayant déclaré faillite et ses dirigeants. Près de 600 000 $ de déductions à la source de quelque 80 PME et organismes n'auraient pas été remis aux gouvernements provincial et fédéral.

Mon équipe, ainsi que le député provincial, Sylvain Pagé, la SADC, le CLD, la chambre de commerce et bien d'autres se sont mobilisés pour aider les entrepreneurs affectés.

Est-ce que la ministre du Revenu national peut nous expliquer comment l'Agence du revenu du Canada peut aider à gérer ce coup dur pour les Hautes-Laurentides?

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Posted at 15:26 on September 22, 2016

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