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Canadian Expat Network NewsJuly 10th, 2012
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Canada Day Norfolk, Va
Canada Day in Norfolk, Virginia   
 
Feature Articles:

Enjoying the Summer Heat with a Labatt's!  - Is it hot enough for you!

Canada Day Photos From Around the US - Many enjoyed Canada Day celebrations!


Canada's Bare Naked Ladies Touring in the US - On tour in the US!

Speed Poutine! Chicago's Canadians on Canada Day! - Speed eating has a new entry...


'72 Project Story: Living History at Bonville Public School - In 1972, I was teaching a multilevel special education class in the small Eastern Ontario village of Bonville. The Public School enrollment was approximately 120 pupils (K to 6)and was comprised of three three classrooms and a portable in which I was teaching. Although Bonville was a smaller rural community the children were quite interested in sports and were following the 72 Summit series very, very closely. . .

Featured Event: Canadians in Seattle Baseball Event - Safeco Field is a great place to watch a game!


Project: The Globe and Mail's U.S. Election 2012 - Reader feedback on US elections. . .


July 4 St. Mary's Georgia Peace Garden Dedication Extends Binational Heritage Peace Garden Trail to Southern U.S.l - On Wednesday, July 4, dignitaries from Canada and the U.S. joined community leaders in St. Mary's Georgia to dedicate their 1812 Bi-national Heritage Peace Garden. St. Mary's Garden will be the 10th of 23 Canadian and U.S. Peace Gardens that make up the new Bi-national Heritage Peace Garden Trail: a special initiative to commemorate the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and 200 years of peace between Canada and the U.S. . .

Buy and Hold: Lessons from Japan - In the 1980s, "Japan Inc." was a popular term used to describe the strength of corporate Japan and the country's economic system. Volumes of books were written on why the Japanese economic system should serve as a model for other countries. By the start of the 1990s, Japan entered into a stagnation that has lasted for over twenty years. . .

New Filing Compliance Procedures for Non-Resident U.S. Taxpayers - The IRS is aware that some U.S. taxpayers living abroad have failed to timely file U.S. federal income tax returns or Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBARs), Form TD F 90-22.1. Some of these taxpayers have recently become aware of their filing obligations and now seek to come into compliance with the law. The Service is announcing a new procedure for current non-residents including, but not limited to, dual citizens who have not filed U.S. income tax and information returns to file their delinquent returns. This procedure will go into effect on Sept. 1, 2012. . .


Former Inline Goalie Now Sport Frontman - Cliff Mander played inline hockey internationally while still in high school -- and though he has since hung up his goalie skates, the Simon Fraser University student has found a new way to share his passion for the sport -- as the Canadian team's main promotional arm. . .  

 
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