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On October 9, 2009 at a presentation in Istanbul, Turkey, Canada’s Finance Minister Jim Flaherty was presented Euromoney magazine's Finance Minister of the Year award for 2009.
Kevin Gebert achieved his MFA-Retirement Income Specialist designation in 2006 and has since been actively involved with Knowledge Bureau, most recently publishing his first book, Financial Fotographs. We are pleased to have Kevin as one of our distinguished grads.
Police in Edmonton are warning of scammers who have their sights set on one Canada’s most vulnerable groups: new immigrants.
Child care expenses are claimable by Canadian residents for services provided in Canada, although deemed residents living abroad qualify as well.