Who investigates fraud in Canada?

What is Canada's answer to the Internal Revenue Service? Does Revenue Canada pursue potential fraudsters like the IRS? Do I have this whole thing backwards? I know very little about any of this, but I'm researching it for a project, so the any pertinent, explanatory answers would be deeply appreciated.

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  • 8 years ago
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    The Canada Revenue Agency, unless you are in Quebec since Quebec collects its taxes separately, for itself and the federal government. There's a Canadian film called 'Exotica' that has a Revenue Canada audit of a crooked businessman as a plot point. Good movie if you are an adult! Check it out!

    Yes they do conduct audits and go after fraudsters. The RCMP however, has a huge anti-fraud unit and they look into many cases too!

    Source(s): Used to live in Canada, very interested in Criminal Justice.
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