Tag: Canada

Important Passport Tips for Canadians

First of all, the passport remains the exclusive property of the Government of Canada and the person is allowed to use it. Safekeeping As the custodian of this passport, it is your responsibility to keep it in a safe place at all times. If issued to a child, it [...]
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Kindle 3 Order in Canada

I order my Kindle 3 on December 31, 2010, the last day of 2010. Same as my two daughters, I do like to read books. After a long time waiting, researching , thinking, comparing, I decided to buy a Kindle from Amazon. There are so many comparison between Kindle, [...]
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National Chinese Stem Cell Drive

I joined the OneMatch program years ago. The procedure to test is painless. Now they have a program for Chinese in Canada. I hope every suitable age Chinese can join in. For you and for the other Asian in Canada. The following email is received from OneMatch. We’re emailing [...]
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Three basic types of Income

As we know, all taxpayers resident in Canada must declare income from all kinds of sources, including those outside Canada, and must pay tax on their own taxable income. There are three basic types of income. Employment income Most of our Canadians earn income through employment. Employment income includes [...]
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Vote for next four years in BC

Today is voting day for BC. No matter which party you support, please go to vote. The polls are open and British Columbians are on their way to school gyms and church basements across the province to pick their next government. Polling stations will be open on Tuesday from [...]
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Tax-Free Saving Account of Canadian

Starting in 2009, a tax-free savings account (TFSA) is a new way for residents of Canada to set money aside tax free throughout their lifetimes. Contributions to a TFSA are not deductible for income tax purposes and the income earned in the account (for example, investment income and capital [...]
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