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CBSA Singla probe ongoing

A Canadian Border Services Agency investigation into the dealings of a prominent Penticton developer and landlord remains active.

Border agents have very recently been conducting interviews in Penticton regarding Singla Brothers Holdings Ltd., a source familiar with the matter tells Castanet News.

The CBSA raided the Singla family home offices on June 7, but have remained very tight-lipped about the investigation since then. Court records on the search warrant were sealed by a judge.

Castanet has learned the probe into the Singlas is linked to the CBSA investigation of Can-Asia immigration consulting in Surrey, which saw border agents raid its offices in October 2017.

Neither Singla Brothers Ltd., Can-Asia, or any of their employees, have been publicly accused of or charged with any wrongdoing by the CBSA.

The CBSA did not respond to request for comment.

Singla Bros. has operated in Penticton since 1973 as a developer and landlord. The company’s website boasts 200 rental properties in the area.



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