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Newfoundland Picnic Cancelled

Posted date : Mar 18, 2020

In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Nova Scotia provincial picnic, which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday March 24, 2020, has been cancelled.

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Travel Advice for Returning Travellers

Posted date : Mar 13, 2020

As snowbirds make their preparations to return home to Canada, it is important that they heed the advice of public health officials regarding Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

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Nova Scotia Picnic Cancelled

Posted date : Mar 13, 2020

In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Nova Scotia provincial picnic, which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday March 24, 2020, has been cancelled.

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Ontario Picnic Cancelled

Posted date : Mar 13, 2020

In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Ontario provincial picnic, which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday March 17, 2020, has been cancelled.

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U.S. Real Estate and Taxes

Posted date : Sep 30, 2019

We own a second home in Mesa, Arizona. I am aware that any capital gain on a real estate sale in the U.S. is reportable and taxable. There is also a 15% withholding tax on the sale price…

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Issue 112

Posted date : Sep 26, 2019

CSANews Issue 112 – Fall 2019 Edition – The official Magazine of Canadian Snowbirds Association.

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CSA Ontario License Plate

Posted date : Sep 4, 2019

The Canadian Snowbird Association is proud to present the CSA Graphic License Plate Program for CSA members that are Ontario residents. Support the snowbird and travelling Canadian lifestyles by proudly displaying, on your Ontario license plate, the official logo of the Canadian Snowbird Association. When you travel throughout Canada and the U.S., other travelling Canadians […]

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BC’s Speculation and Vacancy Tax

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

Dear Snowbirds, The speculation and vacancy tax is an annual tax paid by some owners of residential properties in designated taxable regions of B.C.

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Saskatchewan PST on Travel Insurance

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

As part of the 2017 budget, the government of Saskatchewan both raised the rate of the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) from five per cent to six per cent and applied PST to an increased number of goods and services including travel medical insurance premiums.

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PST SK Travel Insurance Premiums

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

In the recent 2017 budget, the government of Saskatchewan announced that it was raising the rate of the provincial sales tax (PST) from five per cent to six per cent

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