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The Canadian in America

The Canadian in America Author Brian Wruk
ISBN-10 9781554902835
Release 2007-05-01
Pages 328
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?Approximately 50,000 Canadians move to the U.S. every year. Already, there are hundreds of thousands of ex-Canadians living south of the border. The similarity in language, currency, culture, services, and products of these two countries can lead Canadians in the U.S. to mistakenly think that its laws and customs are also the same. It is these areas where The Canadian in America will be crucial to anyone either contemplating a move or already living in the U.S. Can a Canadian qualify for U.S. Medicare at age 65? Is a Canadian will valid in the

Canadian in America Revised The

Canadian in America  Revised  The Author Brian D. Wruk
ISBN-10 9781770907461
Release 2015-08-01
Pages 328
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The definitive guide to crossing the border and calling America home, revised and updated with even more timely tax tips Hundreds of thousands of ex-Canadians live south of the border. The similarity in culture can lead Canadians to mistakenly think that the U.S.'s taxes, laws, and customs are also the same. The Canadian in America is an invaluable resource for anyone either contemplating a move or already living in the U.S. Revised and updated, this edition of The Canadian in America focuses on the areas of taxation, investments, health care, wills, and estates. It covers the eight areas of financial planning in any Canada/U.S. situation: immigration planning, customs planning, cash/debt management, income tax planning, retirement, estate planning, risk management, and investments. In clear and simple language, Canada/U.S. financial expert Brian D. Wruk explains ways in which one can avoid cross-border complications like double taxation. Perfect for Canadians who have married U.S. citizens, moved for their employment, are professional athletes or entertainers, are seeking a warmer climate for their retirement, or are U.S. citizens moving back home from Canada.

The Canadian Frontier 1534 1760

The Canadian Frontier  1534 1760 Author William John Eccles
ISBN-10 082630706X
Release 1983
Pages 238
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This account of the French era in Canada is the most original treatment of the subject in over a century. The analysis and ideas in the first edition helped create a whole new school of thought about Canadian history. Over 50,000 copies have been used in classrooms in Canada and the United States in the decade since its publication. In this revised edition, the author updates the bibliography and adds new ideas advanced in the 1970s that will make more valuable still this acclaimed general history of New France.

How to Move to Canada

How to Move to Canada Author Terese Loeb Kreuzer
ISBN-10 1429906251
Release 2007-04-01
Pages 256
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An easy-to-use, step-by-step guide to calling Canada home More and more Americans are thinking of moving to Canada to find a job, attend colleges and universities, peace of mind---even retirement---and whatever their motivations, they will have to navigate the Canadian immigration, citizenship, and naturalization processes. So whether you're thinking about moving or already have your bags packed, How to Move to Canada is for you. It's a straightforward, friendly, informative handbook that delivers on its promise, providing readers with a thorough understanding of what to expect and where to get help and more information. How to Move to Canada offers: --A realistic appreciation of what Canada has to offer Americans --Snapshots of Canada's provinces and territories and their major cities --Interviews with immigration experts and Americans who have emigrated to Canada --An immigration checklist and a comprehensive list of resources to consult for more information --Real-life, hands-on perspectives, and invaluable advice How to Move to Canada makes the move north feel possible, supplying readers with a clear understanding of what they'll need in order to make a run for the border.

Canadian History for Dummies

Canadian History for Dummies Author Will Ferguson
ISBN-10 9780470676783
Release 2012-10-15
Pages 528
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A wild ride through Canadian history, fully revised and updated! This new edition of Canadian History For Dummies takes readers on a thrilling ride through Canadian history, from indigenous native cultures and early French and British settlements through Paul Martin's shaky minority government. This timely update features all the latest, up-to-the-minute findings in historical and archeological research. In his trademark irreverent style, Will Ferguson celebrates Canada's double-gold in hockey at the 2002 Olympics, investigates Jean Chrétien's decision not to participate in the war in Iraq, and dissects the recent sponsorship scandal.

So You Want to Be Canadian

So  You Want to Be Canadian Author Kerry Colburn
ISBN-10 9781452103532
Release 2012-01-20
Pages 96
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So, you want to be Canadian? Who doesn't these days? Canucks are enjoying a major renaissance in attention, from their enlightened social policies to their wild and wooly pop culture. This playful, trivia-packed book is a long-overdue celebration of all things Canadian, from the mysteries of "eh?" to the difference between an Ogo Pogo and a Windingo to how to prepare moose stroganoff (mmm!). Featuring a dreamy list of Canadian hotties, a toe-tapping roundup of Canadian smash hit songs, a handy Canadian-American translator, and pointers on how to eat, dress, and apologize like a Canadian if you weren't lucky enough to be born a Canuck, So, You Want to Be Canadian demonstrates once and for all why Canada is so cool (formerly just cold).

Turtles of the United States and Canada

Turtles of the United States and Canada Author Carl H. Ernst
ISBN-10 9780801891212
Release 2009-05-12
Pages 827
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Ernst and Lovich’s thoroughly revised edition of this classic reference provides the most updated information ever assembled on the natural histories of North American turtles. From diminutive mud turtles to giant alligator snappers, two of North America’s most prominent experts describe the turtles that live in the fresh, brackish, and marine waters north of Mexico. Incorporating the explosion of new scientific information published on turtles over the past fifteen years—including the identification of four new species—Ernst and Lovich supply comprehensive coverage of all fifty-eight species, with discussions of conservation status and recovery efforts. Each species account contains information on identification, genetics, fossil record, distribution, geographic variation, habitat, behavior, reproduction, biology, growth and longevity, food habits, populations, predators, and conservation status. The book includes range maps for freshwater and terrestrial species, a glossary of scientific names, an extensive bibliography for further research, and an index to scientific and common names. Logically organized and richly illustrated—with more than two hundred color photographs and fifty-two maps— Turtles of the United States and Canada remains the standard for libraries, museums, nature centers, field biologists, and professional and amateur herpetologists alike.


Canada Author Mike Myers
ISBN-10 9780385689267
Release 2016-10-22
Pages 288
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In this instant national bestseller, comedy superstar Mike Myers writes from the (true patriot) heart about his 53-year relationship with his beloved Canada. Mike Myers is a world-renowned actor, director and writer, and the man behind some of the most memorable comic characters of our time. But as he says: "no description of me is truly complete without saying I'm a Canadian." He has often winked and nodded to Canada in his outrageously accomplished body of work, but now he turns the spotlight full-beam on his homeland. His hilarious and heartfelt new book is part memoir, part history and pure entertainment. It is Mike Myers' funny and thoughtful analysis of what makes Canada Canada, Canadians Canadians and what being Canadian has always meant to him. His relationship with his home and native land continues to deepen and grow, he says. In fact, American friends have actually accused him of enjoying being Canadian—and he's happy to plead guilty as charged. A true patriot who happens to be an expatriate, Myers is in a unique position to explore Canada from within and without. With this, his first book, Mike brings his love for Canada to the fore at a time when the country is once again looking ahead with hope and national pride. Canada is a wholly subjective account of Mike's Canadian experience. Mike writes, "Some might say, 'Why didn't you include this or that?' I say there are 35 million stories waiting to be told in this country, and my book is only one of them." This beautifully designed book is illustrated in colour (and not color) throughout, and its visual treasures include personal photographs and Canadiana from the author's own collection. Published in the lead-up to the 2017 sesquicentennial, this is Mike Myers' birthday gift to his fellow Canadians. Or as he puts it: "In 1967, Canada turned one hundred. Canadians all across the country made Centennial projects. This book is my Centennial Project. I'm handing it in a little late. . . . Sorry." From the Hardcover edition.

American in Canada Revised The

American in Canada  Revised  The Author Brian D. Wruk
ISBN-10 9781770906488
Release 2015-02-01
Pages 352
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Revised and updated with 2013 tax law Hundreds of thousands of Americans are living in Canada today - and the tax issues for everyone from green card holders living in Canada to Canadians returning home from years in the U.S. are astounding and complex. In easy-to-understand language, The American in Canada focuses on the eight key areas of transition planning: immigration, customs, cash management, income tax, retirement, estate planning, risk management, and investments. Do you have to file tax returns with the IRS? What income do you have to declare, and in which country? Should you leave your IRAs and 401(k)s in the U.S.? What immigration avenues are available to help you move into Canada? Do you qualify for Canada's socialized healthcare programs? What should you do with your home or rental property in the U.S.? These questions, and many more, are answered in this essential guide for the American living in Canada.

Moving to Canada

Moving to Canada Author Cori Carl
ISBN-10 1540880664
Release 2017
Pages 154
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Get real answers to your questions about how to move to Canada from people who have successfully made the move themselves without the help of an immigration attorney. Though written from an American perspective, this step-by-step guide is a valuable reference for anyone planning to immigrate to Canada.This easy to follow guide explains all of the different programs allowing people from around the world to move to Canada, either temporarily or permanently. It goes in-depth to explain the new Express Entry system, including exactly how long the process takes and how much it costs to become a Canadian permanent resident. Learn everything you need to know about the Canadian immigration process, from making the decision to getting settled in your new home.Updated in 2017 to reflect changes to the Express Entry program made in late 2016.

How to Move to Canada

How to Move to Canada Author André du Broc
ISBN-10 9781492647348
Release 2016-10-04
Pages 144
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"That's it, I'm moving to Canada." It's been threatened before, but maybe this time it's for real. If you or someone you know is discontented, distressed, or downright disturbed, maybe the Great White North is right for you, eh. But how much do you really know about Canada? Can you do a job that Canada needs (do you play hockey, drill for oil, or make poutine?)? Can you identify the best Canadian province for your lifestyle (lots of tundra or just some tundra?)? Can you master the proper pronunciation of "sorry"? What strange wizardry is the Canadian government? Is maple syrup acceptable substitution for currency? At long last, How to Move to Canada can help make your vague threat into a cold Canadian reality. This book is also full of activities such as: Color the flag of your new homeland Match the strange Canuck dialect with their local definitions And more! PLEASE NOTE: This is a humor book. It won't really help you emigrate. Rather, it's a subversive mix of real information on the Great White North plus a hilarious look at all the reasons why you won't like it there any better — and why they probably won't have you anyway.

Moon Living Abroad in Canada

Moon Living Abroad in Canada Author Carolyn B. Heller
ISBN-10 1598800469
Release 2008-09-02
Pages 350
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Carolyn Heller is a food and travel writer who made the move to Canada with her husband and two daughters. Carolyn provides insight and first-hand advice on navigating the language and culture of this diverse country, and she outlines all the information needed in a smart, organized, and straightforward manner, making planning the move abroad manageable. Moon Living Abroad in Canada makes the moving and transition process easy for businesspeople, students, teachers, retirees, and professionals. Moon Living Abroad in Canada is packed with essential information and must-have details on setting up daily life including obtaining visas, arranging finances, gaining employment, choosing schools, and finding health care. This relocation guide also includes practical advice on how to rent or buy a home for a variety of needs and budgets, whether it's an apartment in Vancouver or a country home in Alberta. All Moon Living Abroad Guides include color photos, black and white photos, black and white illustrations, and maps.

Illustrated History of Canada

Illustrated History of Canada Author Craig Brown
ISBN-10 9780773540897
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 632
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More than ever, The Illustrated History of Canada is a must-have reference guide for all Canadians interested in the history - and the future - of our country."--Pub. desc.

Trees of the northern United States and Canada

Trees of the northern United States and Canada Author John Laird Farrar
ISBN-10 UOM:39015031868204
Release 1995
Pages 502
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Identifies in a full-color guide more than 300 species of conifer and broadleaf trees found in the upper United States (Virginia to northern California) and Canada.

The Kids Book of Canada

The Kids Book of Canada Author Barbara Greenwood
ISBN-10 1554532264
Release 2007-09-01
Pages 60
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The Kids Book of Canada has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Kids Book of Canada also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Kids Book of Canada book for free.

Now You Know Canada

Now You Know Canada Author Doug Lennox
ISBN-10 9781459739444
Release 2017-06-03
Pages 208
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A National Bestseller! A new collection of the best Canadian trivia in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Just in time for Canada’s 150th birthday comes this collection of the best in Canadian questions and answers, covering history, famous Canadians, sports, word origins, geography, and everything in between. In these pages, you’ll learn the answers to questions like: Where did the word Canuck come from? How did an aristocratic French girl become a Canadian Robinson Crusoe? What famous explorer played hockey in the Arctic? Who was the first black woman elected to Canada’s Parliament? What unlikely team beat Canada for the gold medal for hockey in the 1936 Winter Olympics? How did the Halifax Explosion occur?

Who Killed Canadian History

Who Killed Canadian History Author J. L. Granatstein
ISBN-10 UVA:X004236516
Release 1998
Pages 156
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Have we lost our past, and, in turn, ourselves? Who is slamming shut our history books -- and why? In an indictment that points damning fingers at our education system, the media and our government's preoccupation with multiculturalism to the exclusion of English Canadian culture, historian J.L. Granatstein offers astonishing evidence of our lack of historical knowledge. He shows not only how "dumbing down" in our education system is contributing to the death of Canadian history, but how a multi-disciplinary social studies approach puts more nails in the coffin. He explains how some teachers think studying the Second World War glorifies violence and may worsen French-English conflicts if conscription is mentioned, And he tells how the pride Canadians should feel over their past has been brushed aside by efforts to create a history that suits the misguided ideas of successive ministers of Canadian heritage and multiculturalism. Finally, he shows that there is hope, and there are steps we must take if we are to renew our past -- and ensure our future. With his intelligent and outspoken "blow the dust off the history books" approach to his subject, J.L. Granatstein has produced a brilliantly argued book that addresses a subject too important to ignore. Published to coincide with the anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge (April 9, 1917), and appearing at a time when our education system is coming under ever sharper attack Who Killed Canadian History? is a timely and provocative release. A recent test on Canada given to 100 first-year students at an Ontario university revealed the following statistics: -- 61% did not know that Sir John A. Macdonald was our first English-speaking prime minister -- 55% did not know that Canada was founded in 1867 -- 95% did not know that 1837 was the date of the Rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada -- 92% did not know the year of the first Quebec referendum