Most CRA auditors polled say Canada's tax system is skewed to protect the wealthy

The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada polled 1,700 of its union members who work for CRA chasing down taxes owed by corporations and the wealthy. The survey found that 90 per cent of them believe the system is skewed to benefit the rich - and unfairly targets average Canadians.

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