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A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 1.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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In other words, to the extent that it's up to the sort of judges and legal experts favored by Canada's long-reigning Liberal party, long-term prospects for some sort of legalized multi-partner unions in Canada are pretty decent.
Differences between regions and ethnic groups, though, are the source of Canada's most difficult problems.
What is the legal basis for Revenue Canada's imposing a requirement that a "private health services plan" can only pay expenses that are otherwise eligible for the medical expense tax credit?
Hendrick noted that mining's contribution to Canada's economy is considerable, with more than 500 mines employing 106,000 people and with ripple effects which triple the economic impact.
The new free trade rules uphold the benefits of the Auto Pact for North American producers and do away with Canada's used-car embargo.
At the ACE Aviation shareholder meeting, Yohan Cherrier, an Air Canada flight attendant, told Milton he opposed the pay-out, arguing that he has suffered losses in investment returns and revenue through Air Canada's 2004 bankruptcy restructuring.
Brooke seemed to argue that Canada's whole "system" stands indicted by the reported problems its ERs were having during a bad flu season, at a holiday period where staff falls as much as 30 percent according to studies cited by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
The Institute's 5,000 professionals manage the tax affairs of the leading 2,800 companies in Canada and the United States and must contend daily with the planning and compliance aspects of Canada's business tax laws.
See Nathan Boidman, Canada's Administrative Guidelines for Multinational Transactions: Information Circular No.
We will make greater use of Air Canada's hubs and those of Continental, United Airlines and Air France and fine-tune our schedules to benefit from increased passenger feed and to ensure the possible connections at those hubs," said Douglas Port, Air Canada's vice-president, passenger marketing & sales.
For investors who seek both a high rate of return on their idle cash balances and a high degree of flexibility, E*TRADE Canada's Cash Optimizer Investment Account offers a 4.

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