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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 general, anyone employed in Canada, carrying on business in Canada, earning pension or investment income in Canada or disposing of Canadian assets is subject to tax on such revenue.
Canadian Court Approach to the Arm's-length Principle
For Canadian income tax purposes, a foreign tax credit for the U.
5% of African Canadian women in families were poor; only 13.
While production volumes and cost reductions were implemented by many Canadian producers, these measures did not prevent a drop in net earnings, which were down C$ 929 million.
The most recent 'Overview of Trends in Canadian Mineral Exploration' indicates that expenditures have recently been about $500M per year.
Comparing low-budget, serious Canadian films to Hollywood at its most grandiose and market-driven and then extrapolating ideas about the differences in cultural identity is disingenuous.
As a result of the complexity and the form of the FIE Rules and scarcity of information, many Canadian taxpayers (particularly investors holding minority interests) will likely make investments in NREs without knowing (or being in a position to demonstrate, if challenged) whether or not the NRE is a FIE.
The desire to use Canadian agencies and contacts, Graham says, is a recognition that selling agriculture and food products is a whole lot different than selling soft drinks or Tupperware.
This is mocked with great aplomb in Michael Moore's movie Canadian Bacon, in which police officer Dan Aykroyd forces John Candy to rewrite anti-Canadian graffiti in French, then fines him "$1,000 Canadian, or $10 American, if you prefer.
Happy that Canadians are finally allowed to have dogs as house pets?
3 report from Toronto for ABC's evening news, Amos averred that the "problem [of ER overcrowding in Canada] goes back a decade to when the Canadian government .

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