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Claim Your Domain on the Web
In a tumultuous economy when competition is fierce, your company needs to have an edge. If you are going to stand out above the rest, you need to make a name for yourself. One of the best ways to have an advantage is through the Internet. Tap into the potential of the web by choosing from a host of Canadian domains in order to find one that is the right fit for you. With an expert like SiberName domain name registration, you’ll be able to personalize your domain in order to draw web traffic to your business. With a catchy name that stands out, more consumers will visit your site, increasing your opportunities to sell your product or services.

Make Yourself Known to the World
Through the benefits of the Internet, you can expand your reach beyond your geographic location. Whether you are aiming to take on the rest of the nation or have a global presence, anything is possible when you have a domain that makes others take notice. Combine the use of your domain with an attractive website that is easy to navigate in order to build up your business even more. Website hosting is another way to make a splash. Choose a company that can take care of all of your needs related to your website and domain in order to have exactly what you want. You will open the door to opportunities with a domain that says it all.


Do you know RCMP or Mounties

As a Canadian, I saw RCMP almost everywhere in Canada. But do I know RCMP or Mounties history? The answer is NO.
I read a book, and get the following.

The RCMP evolved from the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP), created in 1873, by John A. Macdonald in response to the Cypress Hill Massacre, in which a conbination of alcohol, a dispute over a missing horse, and tensions between whiskey traders, Metis, and wolf-hunters led to a shooting spree that left twenty0three Assiniboine men, women, and children dead. The NWMP were charged with enforcing treaties with Canada’s Native peoples, trying to control the burgeoning American whiskey trade in the ares, and maintaining peace and order during the Klondike Gold Rush. The force had mixed results in the first two departments, but it had spectacular success in the klondike. The gold rush could have gone the other way: greed, gold, harsh conditions, an uncertain bureaucracy, prostitution, gambling – the klondike was a tinderbox waiting to go kaboom.

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Where does your money go?

The question is where does your money go as a Canadian.
Just saw the answer from CB, or Canadian Business, Aug.13 issue.
The average Canadian household spends almost half its income on transportation, shelter and food. How does your spending compare?
If you use a personal financial software, it will be easy to track your spend by category. I normally use Quicken.

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Studio Tax 2011

I use Studio Tax to file my tax return for 4 years. Now it is the fifth year.
The CRA certified version of StudioTax 2011 is Free and available for download.
It is totally free if you use it for your own,or your family member’s tax filing.
If you are a tax preparer, then visit to learn more about StudioTax Enterprise and to download a risk free fully functional trial copy(EFILE and Print functions included).

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