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  1. Canadian Mark Sears Shares the Cloud Factory Story
    Courtesy of Mark Sears, CEO of Cloud Factory
    In 2008 my wife and I came to Nepal for a 2 week vacation that we extended to 4 weeks, then to 3 months and now 5 years later we are still here and loving every minute of it. A few weeks after arriving I began training 3 young software developers in Ruby on Rails around a small kitchen table. . . . keep reading

  2. Latest Trends in the TN NAFTA Visa Process
    Courtesy of Mural Bashyam, Bashyam Spiro LLP
    This article will explore the latest trends in the NAFTA TN visa process, including changes in initial period of time allowed for TN professionals, and procedural and practical changes that have made the TN process more challenging for TN professionals over the last few years. . . . keep reading

  3. Canada Day Reflections, Brigadier General Nicolas Matern
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    "Feels different being around so many Canadians, there's not too many at Fort Bragg". That comment was from Brigadier General Nicolas Matern who attended a recent baseball game in Cary, NC . . . keep reading

  4. Photos from the 1st Terry Fox Run in Raleigh, NC
    Canadian Expat Network
    Pictures from the 1st Terry Fox Run in North Carolina. Judith Fox-Alder was in attendance. . . . keep reading

  5. Tweet of the Week: Canadians in LA #Oscars
    Eugene Levy always a favourite! . . . keep reading

  6. Should You Rollover Your 401K or IRA to a RRSP?
    By Marc Gedeon
    With many Canadians deciding to leave the US in favor of returning to live permanently in Canada, the question of what to do with a 401K and IRA comes up frequently. . . . keep reading

  7. Canadian Owners of American Property
    By Adam D. Cappelli, Partner, Cambridge LLP
    If you own assets situated in the United States it is important to consider how much foreign property may impact your broader estate plan. There are many issues that make U.S. situated property an asset for which specific planning is necessary. Among these issues are U.S. estate administration costs, probate fees and U.S. estate taxes. . . . keep reading

  8. Would Trump Build a Canadian wall?
    Inquiring minds want to know. . . . keep reading

  9. Why Is It Important To Create A Cash Flow and Net Worth Statement?
    By John McCord, Cardinal Point Wealth Management
    An often over looked component of personal financial planning includes the creation of a cash flow and net worth statement. It is highly recommended that these two related documents become an integral part of the financial planning process. An insightful financial advisor can utilize details found in both to qualify and quantify their client's financial affairs. . . . keep reading

  10. Skeet Shooting Canadian Style
    Could be a new sport! . . . keep reading

  11. Canadian Oscar Nominee Representation
    Check out the map! . . . keep reading

  12. CEN Survey: NHL Playoffs
    Could it be a post season without a Canadian team? . . . keep reading

  13. The ABC's of Immigration: Immigration Issues Related to Layoffs and Corporate Downsizing
    Greg Siskind
    The recent startling economic news has many experts predicting that unemployment in the US will rise again as companies downsize their workforces to remain competitive. Already, some companies are terminating workers in large numbers. Some of those workers are immigrants and the challenges facing these workers are potentially more serious than for their American counterparts. . . . keep reading

  14. Interview with "The Great One" Wayne Gretzky
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Growing up in Canada, hockey is part of who we are and there's no greater Ambassador to the game than Wayne Gretzky. While many of us grew up watching the Edmonton Oilers dominate and Gretzky setting numerous scoring records, another generation will be aware of his prolific records, but see him as a coach developing the new stars of today. While the young and talented Phoenix Coyotes embark on a four game road trip that began in Raleigh, NC, I had a chance to speak with Gretzky. . . . keep reading

  15. World Curling Federation launch new initiative to promote sport using "iceless" products
    By Duncan Mackay
    A new initiative has been launched to try and help promote the growth of curling around the world. . . . keep reading

  16. Cross Border Taxes: CRA Revises Form T1135
    Courtesy of Marc Gedeon
    As part of its efforts to address tax noncompliance involving foreign property, CRA recently introduced a revised Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, which is applicable for taxation years ending after June 30, 2013. Beginning with the 2013 taxation year, Form T1135 has been revised and requires significantly more detailed information regarding foreign property owned by Canadian residents. . . . keep reading

  17. What Should Canadians Consider Before Purchasing US Real Estate?
    By John McCord, Cardinal Point Wealth Management
    Canadians have been making their presence known in the US real estate market for years. This is due to a combination of historically low financing options, the strength of the Canadian Dollar and because of a correction in the US real estate market. Interestingly, Canadians are the largest purchasers of US real estate outside of Americans. . . . keep reading

  18. Isadore Sharp recalls Terry Fox Luncheon and the Paperclip
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Many Canadians may know business legend Isadore Sharp as the Founder and former CEO of the Four Seasons Hotel. They may not know that Sharp played a key role in furthering the legacy of the Marathon of Hope. . . . keep reading

  19. Anne of Green Gables Celebrates 100 Years
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    How times flies. One hundred years ago in 1908, Lucy Maud Montgomery published Anne of Green Gables, the first in a series of novels. That annive . . . keep reading

  20. An Interview with Canadian Icon Paul Henderson
    By Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    As Canada Day grows near and another hockey season finishes, one has to look no further than Canadian icon Paul Henderson as a reason to celebrate our heritage and remember a true Canadian moment. Henderson was kind enough to share his thoughts on the 72' Summit Series against the Soviet Union as well as discuss his current endeavor, The Leadership Impact group. . . . keep reading

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