For Canadian taxpayers and tax professionals, the general anti-avoidance rule, or GAAR, is synonymous with uncertainty. A new Supreme Court case will address some of the inconsistencies that have developed in the 18 years since the country enacted it. Erin Kelechava speaks to lawyers and the Canadian Revenue Agency about the court cases that have developed the doctrine and where they think the interpretation of GAAR is headed.
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