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FATCA has Americans renouncing citizenship, tax lawyer says
A Calgary lawyer says an increasing number of Americans living abroad are renouncing their U.S. citizenship because of a recently passed tax law.
FIs can obtain self-certification via internet banking: CBDT  Zee News
Beyond FATCA, Costa Rica Adopts “GATCA” Tax Reporting Measures  The Costa Rica Star
Financial Express  
Being hooked on debt has long-term consequences
Hooked on debt. It's an apt description for the rising debt-to-income levels currently seen in Canada and a new survey by Manulife Bank highlights there's a high price to our debt dependency—a cost that goes far beyond the low interest rates you see ...
Oil's rebound sends it to $50: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
Rising housing costs leave Canadians without retirement funds  The Insurance and Investment Journal (press release) (registration) (blog)
Bell to Pay $12M in Rebates After Competition Bureau's Text Messaging ...
George Cope, president and CEO of BCE Inc., addresses the company's annual meeting Thursday, April 28, 2016, in Montreal. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson).
Bell to pay $11.82 million for unwanted premium text messaging charges  Toronto Star
Bell customers to get $11.8M refund for unwanted premium text messages
Sudbury letter: No plan to ban natural gas — minister
Ernest Doroszuk/Postmedia Network Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Environment Minister Glen Murray talk to media about the new provincial climate change strategy at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015.
Alberta and Ontario teaming up on climate change initiatives
Kathleen Wynne says Ontario will not phase out natural gas for home heating  Toronto Star
Cape Breton Miners Museum adding new features prior to tourism season
The Cape Breton Miners Museum in Glace Bay, N.S., is offering up new features to uniquely display the region's long and rich coal mining history.
Football Cape Breton's Phil MacDonald to be recognized with award
Glace Bay under boil water order
Still living with mom and dad? You are not alone, and the numbers prove it
For the first time in at least 130 years, young people between the ages of 18 and 34 are more likely to be living at home with their parents than in any other living arrangement.
Millennials Are Increasingly Living With Mom And Dad In The U.S., But They ...  Huffington Post Canada
More Young Adults Live With Parents Than Not—for the First Time in 130 Years  AlterNet
Boil-water advisory issued in Ste-Julie
The South Shore city of Ste-Julie has issued a boil-water advisory to its citizens that is expected to last throughout the weekend.
Ste-Julie under precautionary boil water advisory
Clark criticized for bringing realtors on Asia trade mission
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has been in Asia since May 24, visiting South Korea, the Philippines, and Japan to promote the province's trade relationships in the region.
Realtors joining premier on trade mission to Asia  News1130
Canada Post labour dispute looms
Keith Bradford, of Local 576 of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, said he has little doubt the Crown corp. is preparing for a lockout after CBC reported Friday that some of its biggest customers, including the federal government, have been advised ...
Postal union braces for July lockout  Toronto Star
Canada Post warning customers prepare for possible summer lockout  News Talk 610 CKTB
Whistler offers golfers more than just tee times
Golfers can make a complete vacation out of this B.C. area, with four golf courses, additional activities, and places to eat, drink and be entertained.
Whistler sees 'record-breaking' results in terms of paid room nights  Vancouver Sun
Tourism Whistler reports best year ever  Pique Newsmagazine