Vancouver, seen from near City Hall, has long been the most popular destination for wealthy immigrants to Canada. Photo: Ian Young

Former Chinese banker Lin Jin sues Canada to halt tax probe, retracting claim of residency after auditors seek foreign asset details

  • Lin Jin moved to Vancouver in 2006 and owns three properties in Canada, but says she ‘incorrectly identified’ herself as a Canadian resident on tax returns
  • In a lawsuit, she says she returned to live in China, and Canada’s tax collectors are overstepping by seeking details about her foreign assets
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Vancouver, seen from near City Hall, has long been the most popular destination for wealthy immigrants to Canada. Photo: Ian Young
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