The Canada Revenue Agency is planning new measures to check up on Canadians receiving emergency benefits during the COVID-19 crisis. But officials say the back-end ‘clean up’ of potentially fraudulent benefit claims promised by federal politicians won’t actually happen until next year’s taxes are filed.
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