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Risicare   Monday, 04/02/07 08:13:50 PM
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I got a hoot out of this trimax prez,

Nicholas Djokich, a successful businessman, has a career spanning over 30 years in commodities trading where he has developed a unique talent in the capital markets that has assisted him in achieving his goals. Mr. Djokich brings to the Trimax Capital Group extensive experience in the capital markets, valuable contacts, innovative ideas and leadership that is all instrumental to the achievement of the corporation's vision and goals. Mr. Djokich has founded a number of trading companies that have proven to be beneficial to the agriculture industry in Alberta and Quebec. Together with a vast knowledge of the resource sector, and an extensive financial and technological background, Mr. Djokich is poised to lead Trimax Capital Group to success.


SEPTEMBER 6, 2001 - 12:37 EDT

CCRA: Meat Broker Found Guilty of Tax Evasion

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--The Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)
announced today that Nick Djokich, a meat broker, has been found
guilty of tax evasion at the Montreal Court House.

Summary proceedings were instituted against Nick Djokich, who was
charged with failing to declare income of $227,604, $853,705, and
$48,207 for the 1992, 1993, and 1994 tax years, thereby evading
federal income tax of $56,917, $222,789, and $9,346. M. Djokich
lived in Laval at the time of the infractions.

Nick Djokich, who has since moved to Alberta, received commissions from Canadian food companies on meat purchases. Much of the commission income was not declared. Nick Djokich operated under his own name and under the company name of G & D Food Reg'D.
For this type of infraction, the CCRA could have recommended a
maximum fine of 200% of the amount evaded in addition to a maximum
prison term of five years. However, since the accused pleaded
guilty to avoid a trial, Judge Louise Bourdeau of the Court of
Quebec fined him 50% of the tax that he had tried to evade, which
amounts to $145,000. Mr. Djokich has immediately paid $60,000 and has 3 months to pay the balance
(he also has to pay the full amount owed before the fine)

and interestingly enough bichel

"Secretary/Treasurer CFO, Ron A. Bichel, B. Comm., CMA

"Mr. Bichel has been in practice since 1990. Prior to establishing his own practice he was __employed with Canada Custom and Revenue Agency___ from 1978 to 1990."

picture of bichel half way down (99.9999% sure as email matches)

bichels old office building 4705 horton calgary alberta

Probable Djokich relative quebec-calgary connection

AS to mining taxes for Quebec there seems to be a flat rate they pay regardless of who or where they are. I am going to contact the quebec mining association regarding taxes and what they think of an American company mining uranium (I am pretty sure they will laugh).
I really think it is no matter though as it seems quite plainly that unless you are a Canadian company you cannot mine Uranium in Canada. I tried to disprove this but the only american uranium miners in Canada i could find, partner with a Canadian Firm.

In the end, remember who and what led you down the path.
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