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CJAD – Delmar & Dwivedi

January 27th 2013 Delmar & Dwivedi is a fast-paced, critical look at the week’s hot topics, featuring CJAD 800 and The National Post commentator Dan Delmar, and political analyst Supriya Dwivedi of The Huffington Post. This is not your traditional Sunday talk-show. The Pundit: Janik Litalien, co-founder, Also available on

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CJAD – The first English interview

December 17th 2012 The Ric Peterson Show First interview of our french site Quitter Le on an anglophone media, we discuss the site’s purpose, what motivates them to leave, what seems to amaze the most though, is that these people looking to leave are francophones. Also available on

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Hugh Sutherland

My little story is as follows. I’m Scots, fully bilingual and spent 42 years around St Lambert. I was a school principal in that area for 22 years, and retired in ’97. I spend my winters in S. Carolina. So I come back from there on April 2 , 2010, and go out to buy some grocery items. I drive down Victoria, St Lambert’s main drag and come past a favourite little restaurant, The Canada Drive -In, there since 19oatcake And the name has been taped over, nobbled by our

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The Quebec-Hong Kong Association

Welcome to the Quebec-Hong Kong association. While being independent and non-political, the association was founded in 1991 out of the passion of volunteers looking to rally Quebecers and their friends in Hong Kong  

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Interested in Australia?

The Visa Wizard can help you find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances.  

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Moving Expenses

When moving within Canada, when changing province, there are some expenses that can be tax-deductible. Here is an excerpt from the CRA tax regulation regarding moving expenses “If an individual changes residences in Canada because of starting to carry on a business or to be employed at a new location, amounts paid for “eligible moving expenses” (see ¶s 12 to 17 below) incurred in moving from the old residence to the new residence may be deducted.” However, the move must result in the taxpayer living at least 40 kilometres closer to the new

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Working in the US: the TN Visa

Qualified professional Canadian citizens can apply for a TN visa in order to work in the United States. If you qualify, the process is usually a quick one. The visa’s duration goes up to a maximum of three (3) years in order to be compatible with other categories of non-immigrant visas such as the H-1B (new regulations). TN visas can be renewed indefinitely and there is no limit on the number of visas that can be issued each year. Only Canadian and Mexican citizens are eligible for a TN visa

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Tools & Resources

“You’ve taken your first step into a larger world”- Obi-Wan Kenobi You’ve decided to leave Quebec, if see this till the end, congratulations. It you’re reading this, you probably already know where you want to go. However, you should not go at it blindly but prepare the details of your move. WiQLQ sections are here to help you in this process and are the summarized experiences of others who have already left. If you have information that can improve these guides, please let us know at

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