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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.


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The Community That Defines University in the Community

By JOANNE MACKAY-BENNETT -
April 12 2022

Most of the time when we talk about a community, we assume that we are referring to a group of like-minded people who meet regularly in a public or private setting. 

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Why You Should Consider Going back to School as an Adult

By ADMIN -
April 12 2022

At 22 and with two small children to care for, I didn’t have many options. Though bilingual and with some work experience in an office setting, I’d been too long out of the workforce – a mere two years! - to merit any serious consideration. 

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The Future of Work: The First Technology Wave

By ADMIN -
April 12 2022

In the first tech wave of COVID-19, we have seen a rise in fields like software, financial, digital media, information technology, big data, cloud computing, communications, e-commerce and adoption of artificial intelligence. This will continue to gain momentum.

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Makerspace 1:1

By WENDY TERRY -
April 12 2022

I ended the article by noting what you find at one institution is often at another, so ask.

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