Supreme Court provides guidance on general anti-avoidance rule
The highest court in Canada has delivered its first verdicts on the general anti-avoidance rule. How the judges came to the decisions is as interesting as the decisions themselves, explain Edward Rowe and David Spiro of Blake, Cassels & Graydon
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