Sadly I missed out on this at the time only to see it today.
The report's findings, released at the launch of the tax-filing season, appear at odds with the Conservative government's tough-on-crime agenda, which has lately included tougher parole restrictions for white-collar criminals. The internal document indicates the vast majority of criminals convicted of defrauding the government itself aren't even sent to jail or prison.
81% of people convicted of tax fraud in the US go to prison. Only 16% do in Canada.