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Canadian Real Estate Investment Strategies Apprenticeship (CREISA)

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Canadian Real Estate Investment Strategies Apprenticeship (CREISA)

Canadian Real Estate Investment Strategies Apprenticeship (CREISA) is two  day intensive program where each apprentice whether being a novice or a seasonal investor will learn the fundamentals of investing in real estate with minimum liability and maximum profitability. Continue reading Canadian Real Estate Investment Strategies Apprenticeship (CREISA)

Tax Savings Strategies in General and Family​

Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption (LCGE)

  • The LCGE is increased for indexation to $813,600 for 2015. Quebec announced an increase in their LCGE to $1 million for qualified farm and fishing property for 2015 and later years.Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption (LCGE)​

Share your incomeShare your income

Many government benefits are income tested so transferring income to a lower-income spouse may help the higher-income spouse reduce taxes and get more. ​​

For instance, if both of you are 60 or older and receiving CPP payments, the higher-income spouse can elect to attribute up to 50% of his or her CPP income to the lower-earning spouse.

Medical expensesMedical expenses

This year, costs for the design of personalized therapy plans for those eligible for the disability tax credit and the cost of service animals used to help those with severe diabetes can now be claimed. ​

Be sure to claim your medical expenses on the tax return of the lower income spouse. ​​

This could save you more tax since your claim is limited to $2,171 (for 2014) or three per cent of net income, whichever is less.

Transit passTransit Pass

If it covers at least 28 consecutive days you can claim 15% of the value—and there’s no limit on how much can be claimed. ​

GST/HST creditGST/HST credit​​​​

If you’re entitled to the GST/HST credit paid based on family net income, it used to be that you had to apply for the credit on your tax return. No longer. ​​

When you file your tax return, Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will now determine your eligibility and will tell you if you are entitled to the credit.​

​​Legal fees to collect unpaid rentLegal Fees To Collect Unpaid Rent

Generally may be are deductible only if they are  related to collecting the unpaid rent.​

Property transferred from parent to childProperty Transferred  from Parent to Child

The parents can transfer their properties to child at any time at the Fair Market Value.​​

 Income attribution rules will be applied to the minors (who cannot own property anyway)​

Ontario tax creditsOntario Tax Credits

The low income families and the student who are living away from home and are paying rent are eligible to receive up to $1000 upon entering the year’s property tax or the rent being paid in Ontario.​​

Home office expensesHome Office Expenses

Where there is a home used for the business then there may be a home office expense based on the % area used divided by the total area of the home to be applied for the total home expenses (but cannot claim the expenses if the business shows a loss)​

​Claim your Home or Vacation Property as Principal Residence to save Capital GainsClaim your Home or Vacation Property as Principal Residence to save Capital Gains

If the appreciation in value is greater than the home you live in, then you can name the vacation home as the principle residence for purposes of the tax free gain on sale.

(Can only have one principal residence)​

Investment income earned in a corporationInvestment income earned in a corporation

1/3 of the tax  paid is refundable to the corporation upon the payment of taxable dividends.

CRA and income tax auditsCRA and income tax audits

The rental losses for 3 years or more are high audit risk for CRA and the invoices which are not stamped “PAID” , could be rejected as tax deductible receipts. ​​

Cancelled checks are not accepted as receipts.​

Medical expensesMedical expenses

You may be able to claim a non-refundable tax credit based on the cost of medical expenses for any 12 month period.​​

Pool your donationsPool your donations

The amount you donate is eligible for both federal & provincial donation tax credits. Once you have made at least $200 of donations in any year, the donation credit jumps to 29% federally, and between 11% and 21% provincially. ​​

If you are married then you can pool your donations when you file your return.

Claim The Canada Employment ​AmountClaim The Canada Employment ​Amount

The Canada employment amount was introduced in 2006 to give Canadian a break on what it costs to work , including expenses such as home computers etc. ​​

For 2015, the employment amount is  equal or lesser of $????

Write off your kidsWrite off your kids

  • You have a children under 16 in 2015 then parents can claim up to $500/year for eligible fitness expenses paid for each child. ​​

  • Don’t forget to claim the “child amount” of $2089 for each child under the age of 18 in 2015​​

​Foreign Income Verification StatementForeign Income Verification Statement

  • Canada Revenue Agency advises that if you know you won’t be able to get a slip by the due date, simply attach a note  to your return stating the payer’s name & address, the type of income involved. Use pay stubs to estimate the amount to report. ​​

Tax Savings StrategiesFile On Time Before Midnight April 30​

If you file your return late, there is an automatic 5% penalty on the amount of tax unpaid plus an additional 1% /month penalty on the amount due each month the return is late, up to a maximum of 12%.Late filters are also subject to non deductible arrears interest.​

Tax Savings StrategiesAvoid that refund

Under the Tax Act , it is possible to get your tax refund throughout the year, on every pay check, instead of waiting until your return is filed. Apply using CRA Form T1213,”Request to Reduce Tax Deductions at Source.”​

Tax Savings StrategiesChildren’s Fitness Tax Credit​

Government of Canada allows a non-refundable tax credit based on eligible fitness expenses paid by parents to register a child in a prescribed program of physical activity.

Tax Savings StrategiesDividends from Canadian Corporation​

Don’t miss out on the following tax saving ideas: ​​

  • Income splitting with your partner and children.​
  • Investing the child tax benefit payments in your children’s names.
  • Issuing shares to your partner or children in a family owned business. ​

Dividends from Canadian Corporation

  • Investing the child tax benefit payments in your children’s names. ​

  • Deducting interest expense on money borrowed to purchase investments or invest in a family business.​

  • Deducting the interest paid to purchase Canada Savings Bonds on the payroll plan at work. ​

  • Deducting your safe deposit box fees. ​

  • Deducting accounting fees paid to calculate the investment income reported on your tax return. ​

  • Deducting the interest paid on your margin account. ​

  • Review in detail the charges on your brokerage accounts for any possible interest or other fees paid that may be deductible. Look for accrued interest charges on bonds and similar investments purchased. ​

Tax Savings StrategiesInvest Inheritance In Separate Names​

A spouse with a lower income who receives an inheritance should be investing it in a separate account, so any investment return is taxed solely in the lower income spouse’s hands. ​​

Investing it in joint accounts would result in higher taxing.

Tax Savings StrategiesSplitting Income

Starting this year you’ll have the ability to claim the “Family Tax Cut” credit.​​

This credit will allow you to save up to $2,000 in taxes by effectively shifting part of the tax burden from a higher-income spouse or common-law partner to the one with a lower income. ​​

You’ll have to meet the criteria, and complete Schedule 1A, which has all the details.​

Adoption expensesAdoption expenses

  • If you’re adopting, or have adopted, a child who is under 18 years of age, you may be able to claim up to $15,000 of adoption expenses (up from $11,774 previously). ​​​​
  • The expenses should be claimed in the year the adoption process ends. ​​
  • You can split the $15,000 limit between you and your spouse or common-law partner, which can make sense if you’re both in high tax brackets.​

Tax Savings StrategiesChildren’s fitness amount

If you’ve paid fees for your child to participate in a prescribed program of physical activity, you can now claim up to $1,000 of those fees (up from $500 last year), which will provide tax savings in the form of a non-refundable credit.​​​

Tax Savings StrategiesAutomobile Expenses

The rules surrounding motor vehicle expenditures in relation to rental property operations can be confusing, particularly when an investor owns only one rental property. You can only deduct “reasonable” motor vehicle expenses if you meet all of the following conditions;​​

  • you receive income from only one rental property that is in the general area where you live;​​
  • you personally do part, or all, of the necessary repairs and maintenance on the property; and​​
  • you have motor vehicle expenses to transport tools and materials to the rental property​

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) voluntary disclosures programThe Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) voluntary disclosures program ​

Allows taxpayers to ‘fess up about something on their current or past tax returns that may not pass the smell test. Doing this can prevent additional penalties from being assessed. But for the disclosure to be accepted, you must contact the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) before it contacts you.​​

Tax Savings StrategiesDon’t have to pay for tax software to use the NETFILE service ​

The Canada Revenue Agency lists several online programs that are 100% free and certified to work properly with its systems (see cra-arc.gc.ca).

Tax Savings StrategiesTax efficiency

Should never be the main reason for buying an investment or real estate. Start with the right asset mix for your risk tolerance and investing goals, then look for tax efficiency.​

Loan and mortgage lossesLoan and Mortgage losses

If you invest money in loans and mortgages for a living, you may be able to write off your losses as a business expense.​​

Tax Savings StrategiesInvest in your kid’s names

  • Let’s say you give your 5-year-old $100,000 and she uses it to buy shares of a bank stock in her name. By the time she’s 18, those shares could be worth $200,000. She could then cash in $20,000 worth of stock a year, and pay the capital gains taxes on that growth at her own much lower rate.​​

  • Treasure hunt equipment: Claim your metal detector—searching for buried treasure is a business venture.​​

  • Baby sitting: Write off your child-care expenses for a night out if you’re at work, school or entertaining clients.​​

  • Self-employed : Save BIG when you sell :The government likes to encourage small business, so they’re willing to give you a one-time $800,000 capital gains exemption when you sell.​

Tax Savings StrategiesNEVER do this!

Many self-employed people pay their kids or spouse to do some work for the family business as a way of splitting income and reducing the family’s overall tax bill. But don’t get greedy and pay your 16-year-old $50,000 a year. You’re just asking for an audit.​

Tax Savings StrategiesSupercharge your charitable giving

If you’re one of those commendable people who plans on leaving the bulk of your estate to charity when you pass on, we have good news. You can reduce your tax bill substantially—and leave more to your charities of choice—by donating stock rather than cash while you’re still alive. That’s because when you donate stock, you’ll still get the same tax credit you’d get if you donated cash, but you don’t have to pay any capital gains​.

Tax Savings StrategiesSpread your wealth around before you die

  •  A simple tactic for avoiding probate fees on your estate is to slowly move money into TFSAs or regular taxable accounts to avoid a massive tax hit on your final return. You can also set up trusts for your children and grandchildren to average in taxable income at potentially lower marginal tax rates. That, or name your heirs as beneficiaries on accounts or give money to them while you’re alive to avoid probate fees.​​

  •  If neither you nor your spouse has donated to charity since 2007, you can claim the first-time donor super-credit, and get an extra 25%. It’s available only until 2017, the donation must be in cash and only the first $1,000 qualifies.​

Tax Savings StrategiesGolf Club Fees and Membership Dues​

There is NO Income Tax Deduction.​

Tax Savings StrategiesVolunteer tax savings​

If you’re an emergency services volunteer you might qualify to claim a $3,000 amount on lines 362 (volunteer firefighters) or 395 (search and rescue volunteers, which is new for 2014). Alternatively, you can claim an exemption for up to $1,000 of income paid to you as an emergency services volunteer. But you can’t claim both the $3,000 amount and the $1,000 exemption. You’ll likely be better off claiming the $3,000 amount; a tax pro or tax software can help you make that decision.​

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Canadian real estate and Importance of 420 (Weed)

As a Canadian real estate investor or home owner, having “420” attached to a house is a stigma. 420 is the police code for marijuana, and Canadians intend to light up on April 20th at 4:20 PM weed and celebrate it as a tradition. As a real estate investor we do not want to own a piece of property where there is a major issue of weed, drugs or crime.

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Foreclosures in Alberta up about 25%

CALGARY, AlbertaJuly 12, 2017 There is a good opportunity currently available to Canadian real estate investors who wish to buy a house in Alberta, where Foreclosures in Alberta up about 25%. You will discover many excellent bargains on Alberta pre-foreclosures. If you’re looking to invest in the real estate market, pre-foreclosures in Alberta will offer you a wide array of properties at basement bargain prices.

Foreclosures in Alberta up about 25%

Foreclosures are on the rise, up by about 25% annually over the past two years. Statistics from the province show a total of 5,746 properties were foreclosed on between April 1, 2016 and March 31, 2017. Of those, 2,277 were in Calgary and 2,523 were in Edmonton.

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Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn

Village of Berwyn

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, the Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Village Office, 5006 – 51st Street, Berwyn, Alberta, on Monday, September 18, 2017, at 2:00 p.m.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn

Land Descriptions:

Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title

11
9
7821034
042 379 235

Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.

The land is being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis, and the Village of Berwyn makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districts, building and development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the subject land for any intended use of the purchaser. No bid will be accepted
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of the parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Village of Berwyn.

The Village of Berwyn may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Berwyn, Alberta, June 26, 2017.

Olive Toews, Chief Administrative Officer.

Bill Rogan, County Administrator.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn

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We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate.
It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal,
accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required,
utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant,
or other consultant as may be required.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Berwyn

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Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Bawlf

Village of Bawlf
Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Bawlf
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Bawlf will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, Village of Bawlf, 203 Hanson Street, Bawlf, Alberta, on Friday, September 15, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Bawlf

Roll No
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T2000
2
1
105KS
032 098 251
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Redemption of a property offered for sale may be effected by payment of all arrears, penalties and costs by guaranteed funds at any time prior to the auction.

Each property offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and, in the case of land, to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title. The properties are being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis, and the municipality makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the
state of the property nor its suitability for any intended use by the successful bidder.

The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any property offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to do so on behalf of the municipality.

The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current year.

The purchaser will be required to execute a sale agreement in form and substance provided by the municipality.

The successful purchaser must, at the time of sale, make payment in cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality as follows:

a. The full purchase price if it is $10,000 or less; OR
b. If the purchase price is greater than $10,000, the purchaser must provide a non-refundable deposit in the amount of $10,000 and the balance of the purchase price must be paid within 20 days of the sale. GST will be collected on all properties subject to GST.

The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction. The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.

In the case of land, the purchaser will be responsible for registration of the transfer including registration fees.

If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property cannot be sold at the public auction.

The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any property that is not sold at the public auction.

Once the property is declared sold at public auction, the previous owner has no further right to pay the tax arrears.

Tracy M. Ormsbee, Chief Administrative Officer
Village of Bawlf.
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Bill Rogan, County Administrator.

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We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate.
It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal,
accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required,
utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant,
or other consultant as may be required.

Alberta Tax Sale properties Village of Bawlf

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Alberta Tax Sale properties Town of Rimbey

Town of Rimbey

Alberta Tax Sale properties Town of Rimbey Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Alberta Tax Sale properties Town of Rimbey will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, Town of Rimbey Administration Building, 4938 50th Avenue, Rimbey, Alberta, on Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

 

Alberta Tax Sale properties Town of Rimbey

Land Description:

Roll No Lot Block Plan C of T

18310 10 7 7921004 132 351 677

Redemption of a property offered for sale may be effected by payment of all arrears, penalties and costs by guaranteed funds at any time prior to the auction.

Each property offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and, in the case of land, to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title. Image The properties are being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis, and the municipality makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the state of the property nor its suitability for any intended use by the successful bidder.

The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any property offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to do so on behalf of the municipality.

The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current year.

The purchaser will be required to execute a sale agreement in form and substance provided by the municipality.

The successful purchaser must, at the time of sale, make payment in cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality as follows:

a. The full purchase price if it is $10,000 or less; OR b. If the purchase price is greater than $10,000, the purchaser must provide a non-refundable deposit in the amount of $10,000 and the balance of the purchase price must be paid within 20 days of the sale. GST will be collected on all properties subject to GST.

The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction. The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.

In the case of land, the purchaser will be responsible for registration of the transfer including registration fees.

If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property cannot be sold at the public auction.

The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any property that is not sold at the public auction.

Once the property is declared sold at public auction, the previous owner has no further right to pay the tax arrears.

Lori Hillis, Chief Administrative Officer Town of Rimbey.

Bill Rogan, County Administrator.

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Alberta tax sale properties Town of Stettler

Municipal Government Act
Town of Stettler

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Alberta tax sale properties Town of Stettler will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town of Stettler Municipal Office, 5031 – 50 Street, Stettler, Alberta, on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 1:00 p.m.,

Alberta tax sale properties Town of Stettler

Lot
Block
Plan
C of T

Alberta tax sale properties Town of Stettler

5
8
1177HW
972262966

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Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.

The land is being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis, and the Town of Stettler makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the purchaser.

No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered, other than those specified by the Town. No further information is available at the auction
regarding the land to be sold.

Oct 19,2017 Alberta tax sale properties Town of Stettler
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque

The Town of Stettler may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Stettler, Alberta, August 31, 2017.

Steven Gerlitz, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer.

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Alberta tax sale properties Hanna

Municipal Affairs, Alberta

Public Sale of Land, Alberta

Municipal Government Act, Alberta

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Alberta Municipal Affairs will offer for Alberta tax sale properties Hanna sale, by public auction, in the Special Areas Office, 212-2nd Ave West, Hanna, Alberta, on Wednesday, October 4th, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

Alberta tax sale properties Hanna

Section
Twp
Rge
M
Plan
Blk
Lot
C of T

Alberta tax sale properties Hanna

9311574
1
1
121 269 030

041AV
3
10-23
151 140 585

Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to the approval of the Minister of
Municipal Affairs, and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions
contained in the existing certificate of title.
Reserving there out all mines and minerals.

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Terms and conditions of sale will be announced at the sale, or may be obtained from the undersigned.

The Special Areas Board may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Hanna, Alberta, July 31st, 2017.
Jordon Christianson, Chair
Special Areas Board.

DISCLAIMER

We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate.
It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal,
accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required,
utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant,
or other consultant as may be required.

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Alberta tax sale properties Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

Municipal Government Act
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass will offer Alberta tax sale properties Municipality of Crowsnest Pass for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, 8502 – 19 Avenue, Coleman, Alberta, on Wednesday, October 25th, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

Alberta tax sale properties Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

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Linc#
Legal
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Lot
Civic Address
Zoned

Alberta tax sale properties Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

111102856
0034778373

820L
7
11(S1/2)
1602-77 St.
C-1
131325970
0033744616
NW1/4;
35;7;4;W5
0910600
12
46
12327-20 Ave.
C-1

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Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.

The parcels of land are being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis and the
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass makes no representation and gives no warranty
whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, absence of presence of
environmental contamination, or the develop ability of the subject parcels of land for
any intended use by the purchaser. No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts
to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel. No terms and conditions of
sale will be considered other than those specified by the Municipality of Crowsnest
Pass.

Terms: 10% non-refundable deposit to be paid by certified cheque payable to the
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass prior to 4:00 p.m. on October 25th, 2017, with the
balance to be paid within 14 days (4:00 p.m., November 8, 2017) by certified cheque.
The notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government
Act, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass may, after the public auction, become the
owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time
prior to the sale.

Dated at the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, July 12, 2017.

Glen Snelgrove, Assessor
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass.

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