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The Small Investor Protection Association welcomed the sentence received today by Earl Jones, the Montreal "financial adviser" who defrauded clients of more than $50 million.  "It's high time that police and the justice system started taking such crimes seriously," said Stan Buell, SIPA's President. "Jones' crime is just a drop in the ocean, and the legal system has to start to do a better job in enforcing the law and regulations, and ensuring those who deprive small investors of their savings receive more than a tap on the wrist." Buell pointed out that enforcement in ...
Relations have been characterized in 2009 as "excellent" and "becoming more extensive" by the Government of Canada. President Amadou Toumani Touré of Mali viewed the relationship in 2009 as one of "co-operation and friendship". Owing to the Canadian government's policies on tied aid , approximately two-thirds 1 2 of the one billion dollars (constant 2007 US $) 3 that Canada has provided in bilateral official development assistance 4 to Mali over the period 1960-2007 has returned to the Canadian private sector in the form of procurement contracts, chiefly in technical consulting, telecommunications
Third Time the Charm? Canada Tries New Copyright Bill Again ...
ago, a new Bill was about to be rammed through Canada’s Parliament, and on Wednesday it was announced. It is, like its two predecessors, mostly a collection of stricter enforcement rules with an occasional benefit to consumers thrown in, almost as an afterthought. Canada is often the odd-man-out when it comes to copyright. In many respects it goes even further than the US in providing benefits to large creative rights groups, with levies providing a substantial income for rights holders. Yet it is also routinely criticized by industry groups for ‘not being tough enough’. Over the past few years, successive ... market research, surveys and trends
p2pnet news » Blog Archive » Modernising the Canadian Copyright Act
Minister of industry Tony Clement (left) James Moore (right), minister of Canadian heritage and official languages, “today announced the introduction of legislation to modernize the Copyright Act”, says their joint statement on MarketWire , going on >>> This legislation is a key pillar in the government’s commitment in the 2010 Speech from the Throne to position Canada as a leader in the global digital economy. “Our government promised to introduce legislation that will modernize Canadian copyright law for the digital age while protecting and creating jobs, promoting innovation and attracting new ... market research, surveys and trends


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Citizenship and Immigration Canada: Announcement
Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen, for being here and thank you to Mark Adler, President of the Economic Club of Canada for your great work in creating and sustaining this forum for discourse on important public issues. And thank you all for coming out early this morning. I know those of you who live out in Mississauga and the nether regions of the GTA it means getting up very early and I appreciate your interest. You may notice this is a bit of a busy week for me. I am in the middle of negotiating; hopefully, successful completion to fundamental balanced reform to Canada's asylum system just yesterday ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Copyright Update Rocks Special Interests
TORONTO—Revised copyright laws are stirring passionate debate as the government re-introduces a bill to update the copyright act after the last election killed the bill's even more contentious predecessor. “Our government promised to introduce legislation that will modernize Canadian copyright law for the digital age while protecting and creating jobs, promoting innovation and attracting new investment to Canada,” said Minister of Industry Tony Clement in a statement. “This legislation will ensure that Canada’s copyright laws are forward-looking and responsive in a fast-paced digital ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Investment protection: Reducing financial loss from fraudulent art
dramatic growth in the art market as an investment vehicle for in- .... sion to protect investor citizens. Mandatory firing, authentication and ... the Canadian Art Sales Index, Quick Law and other legal record ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Speech: Canadian Investment Companies and American Investors ...
American investors in a Canadian investment company. In addition there ... officers be United States citizens, both of which I shall discuss later. ... In considering the special arrangements, protection of the American ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
tiating a bilateral Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion ... torial laws or court rulings to Canadian citizens or entities.46 FEMA ...
Google Answers: Canadian re-entering US after F1 expires
I am a canadian citizen who has been living in the US for a few years while obtaining a Master's degree. My F1 and OPT has expired and I have 60 days from the date of expiry to go back. I intend on leaving within the 60 days but plan on re-entering a couple weeks after. I would like to know how easy it will be for me to travel to and from the US from Canada as a tourist, as my boyfriend lives here. I will probably spend a great deal of time here in the states, go back to canada for a week or two and then come back. I understand that canadians are not required a visa if you come as a tourist and can stay up to ...
Investment interest at tax time | Ask MetaFilter
Canadian Investment Loan Income Tax question. I get so sick of people telling me "You can write off the interest...." and then when I ask them what that means exactly... Silence. I know that if I take out a loan to invest (Say in a rental property) that the interest is tax deductable. What exactly does that mean? I mean if my marginal tax rate is about 30%, for every $100 that I pay in Interest Charges, what do I get back $30 or $100 or some other amount? Is the interest amount (100) deducted from my gross income instead? Is there an easy formula for figuring this out? I am so confused. I hate maths almost as much as tax. ...