Douglas Todd: Nine million people have scooped up Canada’s 10-year visas. Some abuse them

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 13:00:25 +0000

Opinion: The popular visas are generally a benefit to Canada, but can be abused to avoid paying incomes tax or to claim asylum.

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Douglas Todd: Nine million people have scooped up Canada’s 10-year visas. Some abuse them

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 13:00:25 +0000

Opinion: The popular visas are generally a benefit to Canada, but can be abused to avoid paying incomes tax or to claim asylum.

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Douglas Todd: Nine million people have scooped up Canada’s 10-year visas. Some abuse them

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 13:00:25 +0000

Opinion: The popular visas are generally a benefit to Canada, but can be abused to avoid paying incomes tax or to claim asylum.

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Douglas Todd: Metro Vancouver housing affordability again a burning B.C. election issue

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Mon, 05 Oct 2020 12:00:25 +0000

Opinion: David Eby says many developers have made fortunes ‘selling functionally useless condos for people on the international market’

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Douglas Todd: You’re most likely WEIRD … and don’t even know it

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2020 15:00:09 +0000

Opinion: WEIRD is a high-impact acronym invented by psychology professors at UBC, referring to people who are ‘Western,’ ‘Educated,’ ‘Industrialized,’ ‘Rich’ and ‘Democratic’

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Douglas Todd: You’re most likely WEIRD … and don’t even know it

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2020 15:00:09 +0000

Opinion: WEIRD is a high-impact acronym invented by psychology professors at UBC, referring to people who are ‘Western,’ ‘Educated,’ ‘Industrialized,’ ‘Rich’ and ‘Democratic’

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Douglas Todd: Underground banking is global, and it affects us all

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2020 16:11:40 +0000

Opinion: How does it relate to globalization, labour mobility and tax avoidance? And, if underground banking is based on trust, why does it sometimes go spectacularly wrong?

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