As we prepare to celebrate Heritage Day in Nova Scotia, here is an overview of a great way to spend the day courtesy of our Client Care Coordinator, Lyndsay, mother to five kids.
The third Monday of February each year brings us our Provincial Heritage Day. This is a day for bringing people together to honour the remarkable people, events and places in Nova Scotia’s History. This year’s theme for Heritage Day is to honour our beloved Canadian Folk Artist, Maud Lewis; Maud was born and raised in Nova Scotia and lived here throughout her life until her passing in July of 1970. There have been several books, plays, and films produced about Maud Lewis. If you’d like to learn more about her, you can find some more information here: NovaScotia.ca . Most…
Reposted from the Globe & MailROB CARRICK PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMNIST PUBLISHED OCTOBER 1, 2018UPDATED 16 HOURS AGO
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It is that time of the year again, Halifax launches its annual Doors Open event on, June 2nd and 3rd 2018, 10 am to 4 pm. Doors Open Halifax is intended to make available, free access to buildings of historical, contemporary, and architectural significance to the general public. This event is hosted by, The Doors Open Halifax Heritage Society, whose goal is to generate interest in our environment, filled with beautiful iconic buildings.
Doors Open Halifax is a great family event, and is designed to show residents of Halifax what the city is all about, including its rich history and cultural artifacts. Since most of the oldest-iconic buildings in Atlantic Canada are located in Halifax, walking through these buildings gives you an idea of Canadian…
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You absolutely must declare it on your personal income tax form for the year it was sold in!
There is no tax on the sale but it has to be disclosed.
Here is the link to CRA which gives further information.
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