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Past Armchair Discussions: 2010 - CSPS

Sep 23, 2019 ... and an explanation of the tax system, Gillian Manson will help you understand how to plan for any event in your life without losing your sense of humour. Gillian has more than 30 years of experience advising individuals, corporations and foundations. She will walk you through the basics which you need to reach success in managing your finances. Speaker: Gillian J. Manson

Travel advice and advisories for Cambodia

Nov 1, 2019 ... to disruptions to traffic and public transportation. Avoid areas where demonstrations and large gatherings are taking place Follow the instructions of local authorities Monitor local media for information on ongoing demonstrations More about mass gatherings (large-scale events) Crime Street crime targeting foreigners, including pick-pocketing, is common in urban areas

Travel advice and advisories for Haiti

Nov 26, 2019 ... crossing road blockades, even if they appear unattended plan to have adequate water, food and fuel supplies allow extra time to reach your destination Even peaceful demonstrations can turn violent at any time. They can also lead to disruptions to traffic and public transportation. Avoid areas where demonstrations and large gatherings are taking place Follow

Consular Corner

Nov 20, 2019 ... of Canada more than 5 years. Now I hear that the rules have changed. What should I do? Answer: You’re right! The law has changed. If you are a Canadian living abroad, you are now likely allowed to vote as long as you are a Canadian citizen, over 18 years old and have lived in Canada for at least part of your life. To find out if you are eligible, visit the Elections

Getting an insurance policy

Mar 21, 2019 ... covered by your policy. When deciding how much car or home insurance you might need, consider the value of the item you're insuring. Think about the full financial impact of paying for the loss or event you're insuring against. When deciding how much life or disability insurance you might need, consider the loss of income in your household should death

Healthy eating for teens – Canada’s Food Guide

Apr 23, 2019 .... You can also talk to your: friends coaches teachers Think about: how you can make the healthy choice the easy choice at school and in your community how you can use healthy foods to celebrate at class parties or sporting events joining the student council to ensure there are healthy choices available for everyone Visit the Food guide for life for tips to: Make

Guideline 1: Backgrounder

Oct 28, 2019 ... groups may use smuggling, fraud, theft, robbery, and narcotics trafficking to generate funds. Financing for terrorist groups may also include legitimately earned income, which might include collection of membership dues and subscriptions, sale of publications, speaking tours, cultural and social events, as well as solicitation and appeals within the community

Publications listed by number - CRA

Jan 9, 2020 ... B-038 Returnable Containers Other than Beverage Containers 2008-03-28 B-039 GST/HST Administrative Policy - Application of the GST/HST to Indians 2013-06-25 B-046 Administrative Guidelines for Municipalities (TIB) 2003-02-11 B-052 GST Treatment of Products and Services of Life and Health Insurance Companies (TIB) 1995-01-01 B-053 Construction Supply

Future Fighter Industry Day Statements – Air – Defence Procurement – Buying and Selling – PSPC Services – Home

Nov 13, 2019 ... to follow, about your perspectives on our proposed way forward. To put today’s event in context, recall that during 2016, Canadian government officials consulted with governments and industry in allied and partner countries on fighter aircraft currently or scheduled to be in production. We gathered information on costs, aircraft capabilities, delivery times

Well on Your Way - A Canadian’s Guide to Healthy Travel Abroad -

Jan 9, 2020 ... recommend that you carry additional documentation – such as copies of your latest electrocardiogram (EKG) or of your lab, X-ray or ultrasound reports – to assist health care providers in the event you experience a health problem abroad. Consult Travelling with medication for more information. Travelling with a pre-existing medical condition If you have a chronic

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