Vol. 145, No. 8 — April 13, 2011
SI/2011-26 April 13, 2011
FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT
ARCHIVED — Kathryn Strigner Tax Remission Order
P.C. 2011-488 March 25, 2011
His Excellency the Governor General in Council, considering that the collection of the tax is unjust, on the recommendation of the Minister of National Revenue, pursuant to subsection 23(2) (see footnote a) of the Financial Administration Act (see footnote b), hereby makes the annexed Kathryn Strigner Tax Remission Order.
KATHRYN STRIGNER TAX REMISSION ORDER
1. In this Order, “non-capital loss” has the same meaning as in subsection 111(8) of the Income Tax Act.
2. Remission is hereby granted of a portion of the tax paid or payable by Kathryn Strigner under Part I of the Income Tax Act in the amounts of $5,096.49, $4,865.50, $3,271.33, $1,387.27, $3,200.41, $2,922.58, $2,893.81, $2,674.53, $2,699.28, $2,865.26, and $1,414.37 for the 1993 to 2003 taxation years, respectively, and all relevant interest on those amounts.
3. The remission is granted on the condition that Kathryn Strigner does not claim a deduction for any portion of her unused non-capital loss of $236,755 relating to the repayment in 2008 of disability income replacement benefits to Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
(This note is not part of the Order.)
The Order remits a portion of the income tax and all relevant interest on that tax, paid or payable by Kathryn Strigner for the 1993 to 2003 taxation years.
The amounts remitted represent the additional tax paid or payable by Ms. Strigner as a result of circumstances that were beyond her control. The payment of these amounts represents a financial setback for Ms. Strigner.
S.C. 1991, c. 24, s. 7(2)
R.S., c. F-11