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Sensible Tax Tips when filing your 2021 return

By ADMIN - April 12 2022

by Tim Cestnick, originally published in the Globe and Mail March 25,2022

You may be able to claim a credit for eligible tuition and other fees paid for courses taken in 2021. You can claim up to $250 for each year, and if you don’t make a claim one year, the amount carries forward for use in later years to a maximum of $5,000 in your lifetime. This credit started in 2020.


Student Resources

Back to the Basics: From online to in-person

By ADMIN -
August 9 2022

Now that I think about it, teaching online was productive but long. In fact, I adjusted and managed very well. Two years later, I was back in the class and very happy to say how much I love teaching in person and that those online days are long gone; at least I hope they are.

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Opinion

Beginners Guide to Portfolio Planning for Income Part II

By ADMIN -
August 9 2022

The primary purpose of stock valuation is to determine whether a stock is overvalued, undervalued or at fair market price.

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Learning Curves

An interview with Louise Bruff on her new poetry collection, Every New Day Lies Within a Battle Field

By MINA WONG -
August 9 2022

Earlier this year, Louise Bruff published a new collection of poems through Bookleaf Publishing. 

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Love of Learning

Learning to accept kindness from others: Elon’s new year resolution

By MINA WONG -
August 9 2022

Two years ago, Elon Osman and Bill Poon met at a basketball event and became fast friends. Knowing Elon needed a place to stay, Bill lent him his Toronto apartment while he was teaching in the Yukon.

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