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  • Death benefit: Be careful because it is taxable

    Retraite Québec will pay an amount of up to $2,500 to cover funeral costs. But be careful, there are criteria that must be respected and you should know that this service is taxable. Marie-Josée, one of our readers, recently wrote to us to learn more about Retraite Québec’s death benefit. She is surprised that at…

  • The new coins with the image of King Charles III. are revealed

    On the occasion of the 75th birthday of His Majesty King Charles III. The Royal Canadian Mint on Tuesday unveiled coins featuring his image that Canadians will be able to exchange starting in December. • Also read: The first coins depicting King Charles were minted on Tuesday With his slightly frizzy hair and his straight…

  • How To Get A Personal Loan In The UAE?

    INSCMagazine: Get Social! We cannot predict where life will lead us at various points in time. There may arise situations where we require funds to address emergencies. In many situations, life forces us to rely on our own resources because even our closest friends and family may be unable to help. If you are a…

  • La Banquise was purchased by the owners of Ashton Poutineries in Quebec

    Montreal’s iconic Putin restaurant La Banquise will change hands and be run by the owners of Quebec’s Ashton Poutineries, who have promised to “continue the tradition of excellence” of the popular eatery. “You can’t change a recipe for success. Since its beginnings, La Banquise has been distinguished by reinvented classics that continually redefine the boundaries…

  • Municipalities must limit tax increases, demand SMEs

    More than three-quarters of small and medium-sized business (SME) owners in Quebec hope municipalities will limit the rise in property taxes for businesses after they struggled to repay their debts due to the pandemic. This is according to a survey released on Tuesday by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). About 53 percent of…

  • Tesla doubles component imports from India – Trade Minister – Portal

    Tesla Inc.’s vehicle facility is pictured in Costa Mesa, California, USA on November 1, 2023. Portal/Mike Blake/File Photo Acquire License Rights BENGALURU, Nov 14 (Portal) – U.S. electric car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) plans to double the number of components imported from India, Indian Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said in a post on the social…

  • Which vegetables strengthen memory in adulthood? – Tameteo.com

    Wasabi has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Mariela de Diego hit Argentina with meteors Nov 14, 2023 9:00 a.m. 5 min Cognitive functions tend to deteriorate with age. and science continues to look for ways to mitigate or delay this process. Some tips for your well-being are physical exercise, enough rest and of course a good…

  • Asian stocks wobble, yen vulnerable ahead of US inflation data – Portal

    People walk past a screen displaying the Hang Seng stock index in the Central District in Hong Kong, China, October 25, 2022. Portal/Lam Yik/File Photo Acquire LICENSE RIGHTS SINGAPORE, Nov 14 (Portal) – Asian stocks rose slightly on Tuesday, ahead of a key U.S. inflation report that could have a big impact on the Federal…

  • Earth’s movements in space have been measured with unprecedented precision! – Future

    Using a device that uses the propagation of laser beams, researchers have for the first time measured the Earth’s rotation speed and its fluctuations with an accuracy of nine decimal places. An important result for many scientific areas. This will also interest you [EN VIDÉO] Why don’t we feel the earth turning? The Earth completes…

  • Apple receives a large portion of Google’s revenue from Safari – 01net

    Google has been Apple’s default search engine since 2002, although Safari, the computer maker’s web browser, didn’t debut until a year later. Suffice it to say that the relationship between the two companies is deep and everyone benefits from it, both Google and Apple. And even a lot of Apple! The legal battle between Google…

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