Where is the company and are they still open?

They are closed and there is no support from the company.

We are happy to speak with you to review your options and what these cases mean for you.

This tax shelter is closed and there is no support from the company. They have also moved and have FAILED to leave a forwarding address or contact information. 

The End Tax Shelters Now team is happy to speak with you to review your options regarding your particular tax shelter case. The company is now closed and has left no forwarding address, and therefore no support. However, we are happy to help.

Where the companies are in court or with their appeals with the CRA?

There are not litigations found about this company and any concerns appeal  in the court with CRA.

Who is helping these clients or people with this appeal? The summary of the company and their fees and if they even have any success.

Company is only dependent on donations and getting influencers from  donation campaigns and programs.


Tax Court of Canada Canadian Humanitarian Trust (CHT)  Decision:

2018 case (V. Ross Morrison v. The Queen), the court concluded that the appellant should be allowed a tax credit for the cash portion of their donation.  However, the charity tax credit for the gift portion was not legitimate.

Federal Court of Appeal CHT Decision:

Federal Court of Appeal Clarifies Onus of Proof in Tax Cases

Due to this recent Canadian Humanitarian Trust (CHT) case – The CRA Reassesses Tens of Thousands of Taxpayers Who Gave Money to the Shelter and are in the process of collections and enforcement.

Please forward this message to all family or friends who are CHT past donors. 

Unfortunately, like many they may not be unaware of this decision, and pending CRA collection enforcement actions.

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