I am actually crying right now. I hope you kicked that asshole out!!
Our dearest family kitty of eighteen years developed epilepsy, and which was triggered by something when she was asleep, and she would be sleeping on the top of the couch, and tumble to the floor and pee. So there would be pee everywhere and she'd be kicking in a dream state on the floor, her fur sopping up the mess, and then she'd wake up totally confused and embarrassed, and my Dad would clean her up (I don't live at home anymore) and she would wander the house crying and confused. He have to wash down the couch and the floor, etc. and people asked him why he would bother, and that he should put her down. He said putting her down would be like putting down one of his children just because something was wrong with them.
THAT IS A MAN FOR YOU!!!
Our dear kitty decided her time was over, and wandered away this time last year for a long walk in the woods. She had a good loved live for an abandoned runt under a doorstep on Creighton Street.
Get rid of that jerk!
Service Canada is the department you would want to get in touch with, not the CRA.
There is a section on contacting them on that page.
I couldn't find anything directly related to CPP Disability Fraud, but here there is a page on EI fraud, with a 1-800 number at the very bottom. They might be able to help you:
The sad thing is, the Blackberry and TV are probably not paid for but on a overdrawn credit card, or a buy-now-pay-later scheme.
You could perhaps approach it this way: Mention that you are glad that college worked out so well for him so that he is now able to afford such luxuries, as you well remember when he wasn't doing so well and and needed assistance. Like that $500 you lent him. And like he was then, you could use the help now, by him actually paying you back.
If he freaks out, you might have to look at small claims court. Any mutual friends that help with "reminders"?
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