Lev Tahor owes Revenue Canada $4.4 million

Montreal Gazette/November 21, 2014

By Jason Magder

The Canada Revenue Agency has put a lien on the properties of Lev Tahor in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts to the tune of $4.4 million.
According to a report in the Journal de Montréal, the lien is  on 34 properties owned by the Society for Spiritual Development, a non-profit organization run by Lev Tahor, which lists Uriel Goldman as its president.

The ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect called Ste-Agathe home for about 10 years until its members moved en masse to Chatham-Kent, Ont., last November, ahead of court dates with Quebec’s Department of Youth Protection.

The DYP had alleged the children were forced to be married under age, and that they were living in squalor. There were also several allegations of child abuse carried out by the leadership of the community.

The group has since resettled in Guatemala.

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