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blame Canada

A slang phrase from the cartoon South Park, (comically) blaming Canada for any troubles in one's life. Another tax increase? Ugh, blame Canada! I can't believe we all failed that stupid test. Blame Canada!
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TEI commends the Government for implementing these measures because business tax reductions increase the attractiveness of Canada for both foreign and domestic investors.
This argument was very publicly made to Canadians in 2001, when the Law Commission of Canada published its report, Beyond Conjugality.
New frontiers of research on retirement (75-511-XIE), Statistics Canada.
Carter said all the ACiC congregations have left the Anglican Church of Canada and are under the authority of Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini of Rwanda, one of five foreign archbishops who oversee the group.
resident corporations can usually find relief in the Convention between the United States of America and Canada with respect to Taxes on Income and on Capital, signed September 26, 1980 (Treaty).
In 1973, while serving as President of the GAC, he also began providing leadership to other organizations, in Canada, as a Director of the Canadian Geological Foundation and as a Member (and subsequently as Foreign Secretary) of the Canadian Geoscience Council (CGC); and internationally, as Chairman of COGEODATA, the Committee on Storage, Retrieval and Processing of Geological Data established by the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).
Thompson & Sons (Hyland Seeds), 2003 (Ron Taylor a/e); BASF Canada (Specialty Brands), 2000; Engage Agro (specialty brands), 2000; Vaughan Agricultural Research Services, 2001 (all Scott Jenkins a/e); Hancor (Blue Seal), 1999 (Tony Mazzotta a/e)
If you visit Canada, you'll discover a wide range of landscapes.
Bush's casual disregard of Canada may seem like an extreme but harmless expression of a longstanding American tradition.
We've had a Canada American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) that gave us better protection over our access to the U.
Despite a 200-per-cent increase in gold output in the 1980s, Canada dropped to fifth from third place among gold producers, he added.
The ACPA, representing 3,100 pilots that operate the airline's mainline fleet, said the move would leave Air Canada financially vulnerable during the industry's next downturn.