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Govt. to fight court order allowing Iristel’s judicial review to stand

News | 02/02/2021 5:05 pm EST

The government has signalled that it will file a motion to overturn last month’s ruling from a federal judge which allowed Iristel Inc.‘s judicial review into the conduct of the Canada Revenue Agency during a pair of audits into the company. 

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