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 Submissions - Canadian Hearing Society
Response of The Canadian Hearing SocietyTo the Ministers of Finance and National RevenueísTechnical Advisory Committee on Tax Measures for Persons with Disabilities
The Canadian Hearing Society supports recommendation 5:3 of the Standing Committee on Human Resources Development Canada and the Status of Persons with Disabilities in its report entitled Listening to Canadians: A First View on the Future of the CPP(D) Program (2003) wherein it recommends that CPP(D) benefits be made non-taxable.
CHS has prepared this brief to assist the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and National Revenue as well as their respective appointments to the Technical Advisory Committee on Tax Measures for Persons with Disabilities in its deliberations on Policy and Administrative Is sue
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 Jean Chr√©tien
He was appointed Minister of National Revenue in 1968 and after the election in June of that year was sworn in as Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.
Political opponents, like former Prime Minister Kim Campbell, used this affliction as a basis for political attacks, accusing Chrétien of both figuratively and literally "talking out of the side of his mouth," but this tactic was liable to backfire when made insensitively, as Campbell learned to her misfortune.On September 10, 1957, he married Aline Chainé.
In 1977, he was named Minister of Finance; in 1980, he was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada and also served as Minister of State for Social Development and Minister Responsible for constitutional negotiations, playing a significant role in the patriation of the Constitution of Canada.
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 Canadiana -- The Canadian Resource Page
Canadian Confederation, from the National Library of Canada
Canadian Government foreign policy and programs, courtesy The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Canadian Form Centre (scanned versions of a few Revenue Canada forms)
www-2.cs.cmu.edu /Unofficial/Canadiana/README.html   (518 words)

  
 Prime Minister of Canada:
Minister of National Revenue and Minister of Western Economic Diversification
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board
Minister of Canadian Heritage and Status of Women
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 Nevcon Accounting Services - Government Assists Canadians to Contribute to Tsunami Relief Efforts
A list of eligible registered charities can be found on the Web site of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) at http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca or by calling the CIDA information line at 1 800 230-6349.
Ottawa, January 2, 2005 – Minister of Finance Ralph Goodale and Minister of National Revenue John McCallum today announced additional details of the extension of the December 31 deadline for donations in support of victims of last month’s tsunami in southern Asia to qualify for tax relief for the 2004 taxation year.
The Ministers announced that the Government of Canada will implement measures to allow individuals, if they so choose, to have charitable donations made from January 1, 2005, to January 11, 2005, to the tsunami relief effort considered as having been made during the 2004 taxation year.
www.nevcon.com /resources/tsunami-relief.html   (352 words)

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