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Canadian Expat Network NewsSeptember 18th,  2012
'72 Project Nostalgia: Montreal Expo Bill Stoneman Throws first No-Hitter on International Soil
Bill Stoneman  
Three days after the historical Paul Henderson goal in 1972 that secured a Canadian victory in the Summit Series, history was made at Jarry Park in Montreal.On October 2, 1972, Bill Stoneman pitched the first no-hitter on International soil defeating the New York Mets 7-0. I spoke with Bill about that fateful day almost 40 years later.  
Feature Articles:

CEN Survey: How long will the NHL Lockout last?

40th Anniversary '72 Summit Stories Event at the Hockey Hall of Fame:

Tickets are still available. Go to www.72project.com.


"The Goal That United Canada" Interview with Dave Dickson in Victoria:  

During the interview there were four call-in stories.

Transferring Your IRA / 401K to Canada -

When moving between Canada and the USA, there are common challenges that individuals often face. Aside from the practical aspects of the move, there are also tax and financial considerations to assess. In particular, you may have accumulated savings in a recognized retirement arrangement like a 401k plan or an individual IRA.


A while back, we published a newsletter on deducting 401(K) contributions for purposes of Canadian taxation. Now we turn our attention to whether or not contributions to an RRSP are deductible for purposes of US taxation.

SFU engages other Canadian Universities in Annual Terry Fox Event
Simon Fraser University's annual Terry Fox Walk/Run participants will be in good company on September 18 as several universities from coast-to-coast join SFU and President Andrew Petter in their own walk/run events, launching a national initiative called Terry's CAUSE on Campus.

Canadian Ryan Reynolds Walks Down The Aisle Again!
The actor, 35, married Gossip Girl actress Blake Lively on Sunday at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, SC. The two had been dating since last fall after co-starring together in The Green Lantern.
Bryan Adams Touring in the US - He may be in a city near you!

Canadian Currency rates:


$1,000 CADS = $973.72 USDS 
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