Posts Tagged“Canada”

When it comes to planning your 2017 vacations, why not look to try out a new country this year, there is nothing wrong with  going back to that same place that you know you love, but why not live a little and see what more experiences there are out there in the World for you. New places bring new cultures, different people to meet and different customs and ways of life to learn about and hitting a  new country will give you the chance to enjoy all of this. If this sounds like something that you like to try then…

Like most Canadians, you are probably just fine with paying your fare share of taxes, bit no one wants to pay more than they are required to by law. Indirect taxes are sometimes difficult to “see” because consumers don’t pay them directly and often don’t even realize they are footing the bill. For this reason, it is always a good idea to get professional advice from a certified general accountant like Heather Weber to understand how you can reduce this tax burden. What are indirect taxes? The basic distinction between direct and indirect taxes is that direct taxes are applied…

Ontario is one of Canada’s most popular tourist destination for many reasons. Home to the impressive Niagara Falls, the vibrant city of Toronto, and sightseeing opportunities galore, you’ll find no shortage of things to do here. During your visit, be sure to check out cities like Richmond Hill, Brampton, Barrie, Niagara, and Sudbury for an unforgettable Ontario getaway. Richmond Hill Richmond Hill is home to a variety of activities, events, and scenery that make it an ideal location for anyone. If you’re interested in catching a show or seeing live entertainment, head to Richmond Hill Center for Performing Arts. For…

If you’re planning a trip to Alberta, Canada, anytime soon, here are a few must-have items that you should include in your packing list. Hiking Gear in Red Deer Red Deer, Alberta, is overflowing with natural wonders and wildlife that any traveler will want to take advantage of during their trip. This means you’ll need to be sure to bring your hiking boots and any other gear that you might need for your adventures here. Binoculars would also be a wise investment for when you come across a wild bison or deer. After a day surrounded by nature, head back…