Cape Breton women behind massive tax fraud handed prison terms

4 women and 10 companies under their control claimed $56 million in sales

CBC NewsErin Pottie

Four Cape Breton women who attempted to make millions in a fraudulent tax scheme made a last-minute effort at sentencing Thursday to defend their crimes. 

But it was too little too late as Lydia Saker and daughters Nadia Saker, Angela MacDonald and Georgette Young were handed prison terms ranging from two to four years.

At the start of their hearing, the women asked Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Robin Gogan for more time to meet with a family doctor and review medical documents. 

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CBC NewsErin Pottie, Posted: Jun 24, 2022 6:00 AM AT | Last Updated: 19 minutes ago
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