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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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or Canadian resident; if both the decedent and spouse are U.
the average wage of African Canadian women was 79% of what African Canadian men earned and only 57% of what all Canadian men earned.
The past two years reflect the general malaise faced by Canadian producers.
As Don McKellar puts it, during the 1990s, Canadian movies developed a reputation for confronting uneasy areas of sexual experience.
These investments in knowledge support an energy industry that provides over 6% of Canadian GDP, at $65B per year in sales, and direct employment of 225,000 people.
population is nearly 10 times larger than Canada's, and Canadians get a constant flow of American television," he says.
By NOW, YOU may have forgotten about Joe, the flannel-clad twenty-something whose 30-Second stump speech on behalf of all things Canadian delighted viewers in his native country.
There are undeniable similarities between Canadian and American farm audiences.
1) What's more, CCRA's administration of the waiver process is too restrictive to afford meaningful relief to non-resident service providers and Canadian payers.
What Pearlstein did not say is that Canada is spending far less of its national income on health care than the United States is, that polls indicate Canadian voters want to spend more money on health care, and that in all countries with national health-insurance programs, doctors and other health-care professionals justify their demands for medical care with claims of critical shortages--a tactic known as "orchestrated outrage.
O'Brian has chosen a story set in this period for his directorial debut--Hollywood North, a multi-layered satire about producing a tax-shelter movie that had its debut Canadian screening at the Toronto International Film Festival's Perspective Canada.
If a taxpayer (individual or corporation) meets the Canadian residency criteria, the taxpayer will be subject to tax on worldwide income, rather than just Canadian-source income.

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