Blog/Canada

Canada’s Hunt For Taxes Turns on Minimum Wage Earners

The hunt for taxes has turned to employees of companies. Any benefit you give an employee is considered “soft-income” and is to be taxed. In the USA, [...]

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Judge Suspended for 30 days for Wearing a Trump Hat

  A judge in Ontario, Canada was suspended for 30-day without pay for wearing a Trump hat – Make America Great Again. This certain raises the question [...]

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Canada Looking to Tax Small Business 93%?

  The Finance Minister of Canada, Bill Morneau, has announced that the government is now targeting private corporations and fundamentally changing the way [...]

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The Canadian Dollar Review

COMMENT: #1: Marty, Thank you for your recent post on the private blog on July 12th. Socrates had identified the week of July 24th as a key week for a potential [...]

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Vancouver Real Estate Forecast – Regulation & Currency

QUESTION: I am new to your services. I purchased the Canadian report on the property markets. I am fascinated by your ability to forecast so many events. I [...]

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UK & Germans Did Intercept Trump’s Phone Calls with Russia

After denying that British and other European intelligence agencies have intercepted communications between Donald Trump’s staff and Russian citizens and [...]

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Why Real Estate Should NEVER be the Majority of Your Portfolio

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I believe you may be the only person who has identified this trend in government others are just starting to see. Here in New Brunswick in [...]

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Canada to Fingerprint Anyone who Owes Them Money

  The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has begun to record the fingerprints of every person charged (not yet convicted) with tax evasion. This is a move that could [...]

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Refugee Rapes in Swimming Pools now in Canada?

In Edmonton, Canada, six teenage girls under 16 were allegedly touched (sexually assaulted) by a Syrian refugee, Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, 39, at a water-park. This [...]

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Canadian v US Municipality Debt Crisis

Canada has a different legal structure compared to the United States. Canada is one of the most decentralized countries in the world where provinces are actually [...]

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