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Canadian

a black or brown breed of dairy cattle, bred in Canada from cattle imported from France in the late 17th century. Called also Quebec Jersey.
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Other considerations in structuring are the different federal and provincial sale and use taxes, provincial tax rates, capital and payroll taxes and ownership of Canadian real estate.
The discussion focuses on the Canadian side of these issues but also tentatively touches on the U.
Similarly, in Canada, a spousal rollover allows a deferral of the income tax assessed at death if the property passes to a surviving spouse and both the decedent and the surviving spouse are Canadian residents.
The report, Income of Black Women in Canada, examines the level and distribution of income among African Canadian women.
dollar and the soaring Canadian dollar have clearly hurt export-dependent Canada.
The search for energy resources has been at the forefront of Canadian geology since the inception of our field, when coal was the primary target, and this focus continues today in the search for oil and gas, as well as topics such as uranium, gas hydrates, and geothermal resources.
To set up its cheery tone, Weird Sex and Snowshoes opens on bemused and bewildered filmmakers trying to define Canadian movies.
Subject to the application of an anti-avoidance rule for "tracking interests" (discussed below) and "foreign insurance policies," the FIE Rules apply to a Canadian taxpayer holding a "participating interest" in a "non-resident entity" (NRE) where: (6)
Milton, Ontario, says the move towards using Canadian agencies began in the 1970s.
Interviewed in the Canadian edition of Time, Douglas maintained that, while he was paid to deliver the rant, he believed every word of it.
Read the following, then test your Canada IQ by answering questions from Canadian kids on p.
Pearlstein then quoted a Canadian "professor of health administration" who claimed "the big problem" is that "Canada has un-managed care," implying that Canada could avoid the apocalypse predicted by Pearlstein if it would import the techniques of managed care from the United States.

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