Canadian Tax Highlights: Head of Revenu Québec Summoned

Authors: Michael H. Lubetsky and John J. Lennard

On September 17, 2015, the Québec ombudsman, Raymonde Saint-Germain, tabled in the National Assembly her 2014-15 annual report on Revenu Québec. This article outlines the problems identified in the ombudsman’s report and describes the press release that Québec’s finance minister, Carlos Leitão, issued in response, which demands that the public service’s president, Florent Gagné, promptly devise an action plan to address the issues.

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