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Canadian Expat Network NewsSeptember 3rd,  2013
Canadian Expat Photographer Naomi Harris, Oh Canada!
Oh Canada
Harris has captured the many faces of Canada as she traveled the country for her project "Oh Canada". Her images were featured in the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21's exhibit Shaping Canada: Exploring our Cultural Landscapes. Harris currently resides in New York. More coverage...

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CEN Survey: Did you work on Labour Day?
The end of summer!
Canadian Football Players Chasing Dreams
Sports Illustrated recently wrote an article about a program called the International Developmental Fast Football League (IDFFL) in Canada that helps Canadian Football players be recruited.

Featured Event: Canadians Abroad Terry Fox Run
Event scheduled for Saturday, September 14th in LA.

Hockey Legend Scott Stevens to Receive Achievement Award In New York City
Will be honoured by CANY at Sept 9, 2013 Awards Dinner.

Canadian Expat Group Events
Includes events in Boston, NY, Atlanta, San Francisco, NC and Dallas.

Four Benefits of Working with a Healthcare Broker
A great broker will always ensure you are happy not only with the rates, but with the design and more importantly with the servicing of your plan and plan members.

Press Release: Cardinal Point Wealth Management Inc. Acquires Seabank Capital Management Inc.
With the addition of Seabank Capital, Cardinal Point continues to establish itself as the leading provider of cross-border wealth management solutions for residents of Canada and the United States.

Former Consul General of Canada in Denver, Dale Eisler, to join JSGS as a Senior Policy Fellow
The University of Regina is pleased to welcome former consul general of Canada in Denver (CO), Dale Eisler, as a senior policy fellow in the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, effective September 1, 2013.

How to Set Up an Office in the USA
Many ambitious firms reach a point at which setting up operations in another country makes sense. A local presence can help you secure new clients and can offer opportunities not otherwise available to a non-local business.

How Verizon could Shake up Canada's Wireless Market
UBC Sauder School of Business Prof. Thomas Ross talks about U.S. telecom Verizon's interest in moving north and what it could mean to the Canadian industry.

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