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  1. Agreed. Small or large amounts may be transferred from most countries, to worldwide. As stated, setting up varies dependent on your circumstances. e.g. I do transfers and pay the amount to be transferred through my bill payment feature of my bank.
  2. lots at least 200k cad - there are some things to work out to see if it works for you. xe.com
  3. Well, my disability prevents me from doing so myself, so I just talked my buddy through it. You can find good instructions on youtube,
  4. The 'taxpayer relief provision' is quite wide ranging and flexible in the hands of a good bookkeeper or lawyer [or an astute human]. I first noticed it when I was claiming capital gains exemption/return from the sale of a farm. The full read; https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/publications/ic07-1/taxpayer-relief-provisions-1r1.html
  5. Carlos is your guy. He speaks Ingles. We need to clean the thermocouple [sensor/sending unit] every winter with a piece of green scrubbing pad. Also when you open your gas line it can take a long time to reach the unit.
  6. One of several in CRA regulations. It can represent thousands of dollars. https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/segments/tax-credits-deductions-persons-disabilities/disability-tax-credit.html "If a person was eligible for the DTC for previous years but did not claim the disability amount when they sent their tax return, they can request adjustments for up to 10 years under the CRA's Taxpayer Relief Provision."
  7. http://www.knowyourinsects.org/Hemiptera1.html
  8. I think it has still yet to be named. Look at the 2 photos. It looks different than a leaf footed bug....similar but.... EDIT; I'm conviced you are correct - leaf footed but have not found that variety yet
  9. Quite distinctive from 'guesses' so far me thinks.
  10. PS - it was powdery/downy mildew.
  11. I have been experimenting with fresh coconut water that I buy locally, diluted 100 ml to 1 litre of water and sprayed on foliage with a pump up sprayer. It so far has controlled it on hydrangeas, rosemary and mostly controlled on poinsettia tree. In Canada I used trichoderma fungi germinated as well as Japanese knotweed watery infusion.
  12. Is there a mandatory expiry attached to these permits. I gave up using them in Canada because of having to periodically re-apply. This does not make sense for a congenital permanent disability.
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