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Canadian Expat Network NewsMay 14th,  2013
Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield's Space Oddity
Chris Hadfield
The crew's 146 day "Space Oddity" is now over. A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station has received over 6 million views. Check out the video. Read more...

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CEN Quiz: Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield
What's his hometown?

Featured Event: Taste of New Brunswick
Come and join us for a taste of New Brunswick hospitality and your chance to learn more about lifestyle and career opportunities waiting for you in New Brunswick!

Featured Event: NECBC - Annual U.S./Canada Business and Technology Forum
Held in Cambridge, Mass.

Quebec and Chicago Artists Collaborate
The art of two Chicago painters and one Montreal artist will be exhibited this July at August House Studio, 2113 W. Roscoe Street, Chicago.

Americans Looking to Canada for College Education
High college debt in the US leads to students looking to Canada for options.

Canadian Expats in California May Serve Jury Duty
California could become the first US State to allow non-citizens to serve.

Retirement is Much More than the Money!
So you're thinking about retirement! When most people think about retirement, they imagine leaving a job they dislike, dropping out of the rat race and turning their back on the pressures of employment. They often see retirement as a welcome change or an escape to something more peaceful and serene.

Leaving Canada for the USA? Don't Forget to Save US Tax on Your Canadian Investments
Canadian residents who emigrate from Canada are generally deemed to have disposed of their capital property equal to the fair market value on the date of emigration, with any resulting gain or loss subject to Canadian tax ("Departure Tax").

Cross Border Financial Planning: Plan Ahead to Stay Ahead
Expatriates often underestimate how complicated planning their cross-border move can be.  We often find that there are several simple steps that if taken before a move

CBP to Roll Out Automated I-94 Arrival/Departure Record
Foreign visitors arriving in the U.S., via air or sea, and who need to prove their legal-visitor status to employers, schools/universities or government agencies, will be able to access their U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) arrival/departure record information online when the agency starts its records automation on April 30, 2013.

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