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Jun 2012

Tax Treaties

Canada, like most countries, taxes non‐residents on their income derived from businesses carried on in its territory. In the absence of a tax treaty, the general meaning of “carrying on business in Canada” is very broad and does not even require the existence of a fixed place of business.





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