FRAUD: Nolinor Tried to Take Advantage of The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) Flaws (PCU in French)
Nolinor Aviation offered its employees to pay them later
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May 14, 2020 - by Philippe Orfali for www.journaldemontreal.com
Nolinor Aviation offered its employees to pay them later. The company has its home base at Mirabel Airport, Quebec, Canada
Nolinor proposed to postpone the pay of its employees so that they receive the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB, PCU in french) of $ 2,000. A blatant example of fraud, according to the Minister of Revenue, Diane Lebouthillier. The carrier recently used the world's largest aircraft, the Antonov AN-225, to transport medical equipment purchased in China by the Quebec government.
To pilots or flight attendants who did not wish to work for fear of losing federal aid, the company offered to "bank" the hours worked and the allowances (per diem) to which they were entitled, demonstrate by e-mail that we got.
"This is fraud," laments tax specialist Luc Godbout, from the Chair in Taxation and Public Finance at the University of Sherbrooke. "It's equivalent to companies that pay their staff with gift cards to maintain their CERB.
We are in a situation that is not in conformity, a situation that contravenes the law and the spirit of the law. "...
But there is more... read... https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/05/14/une-entreprise-a-tente-de-profiter-des-failles-de-la-pcu
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