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Math Mammoth Canadian Money is a worktext that covers Canadian money-related topics usually encountered during grades 1-3. The book contains both textbook explanations and exercises, and is designed... More > to be very easy to teach from, requiring very little teacher preparation The book starts with topics such as counting nickels, dimes, and quarters. From there, the lessons advance towards second-grade, and finally to third grade topics. You can let your child work the pages of this book in different time periods, and not go through it all at once, depending on your child's current level. Making Change explains two basic ways of finding the change: counting up, and subtracting (finding the difference). This is all done with mental math. The next lesson also practices money problems using mental math. In the last lesson we solve money problems by rounding the total cost and finding change without a penny to give be given as change. This book has been updated since the penny went out of circulation.< Less
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This book helps adult literacy tutors teach adult learners everything they need to know about money. Money Skills Book is excellent for adults who need to learn how to count money. This book covers... More > both coins and bills up to one hundred dollars. The book is easy to follow and makes teaching an adult learner easy and simple. At the completion of this book the learner will be able to: • Count pennies • Count nickels • Count dimes • Count quarters • Count loonies • Count toonies • Count five dollar bills • Count ten dollar bills • Count twenty dollar bills • Count fifty dollar bills • Count hundred dollar bills • Determine which coin is worth the most • Determine which bill is worth the most • Count a group of coins • Count a group of bills • Count a group of bills and coins • Determine how much change they should receive after buying an item< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 13. Canadian Real Estate Guide
eBook (ePub): \$4.00
Canadian real estate is basically the same as American real estate. Find books at #332.63-333.33 or HD137-HD1379 at the library. Because of the cold weather, house prices generally go down by 5%... More > or more between December and February when people get cabin fever and want to sell quickly to get it over with. When a recession hits, house prices go down. Canada has the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. The CMHC is the government's national housing agency. It can help first-time home buyers with mortgage loan insurance, information and occasionally has home assistance programs. There is a 7 percent GST on the purchase of a new home by its first owner. If the home is priced under \$350 000, you can get a rebate that brings the GST down to 4.48 percent of the home price. At house prices over \$350 000, the GST increases incrementally until it is 7 percent at amounts over \$450 000. GST is charged on services rendered such as the real estate agent's commission.< Less
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2013). Referential CAD based on CPI (2013e). Knowledge (ISSN 2324-1624), 2014, pages 4-7. Keywords: Currency, Money, Nominal value, Real value, Constant value, Referential... More > value, CPI [See more at http://WikiofScience.wikidot.com]< Less
The Save Gas Book - Canadian Edition
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Use less gas to both save money and help save the planet from global warming. Even small changes, when made by millions of people, add up to major environmental improvements. But where do you start?... More > What changes can you really make? How do you measure how much you’re saving? The answer fits in the glove compartment of your car as a handy 60-page planning guide. The \$AVE GAS Book shows you how to live an ecologically greener life while keeping more green in your wallet. You can make plans according to your own needs.< Less
Northern Exposure - Canadians in the Civil War
eBook (ePub): \$1.58
Most Americans understand the grim realities of the Civil War. Three million men under arms. Some 600,000 deaths. But few know 50,000 Canadians fought, many to collect \$200 bounties, others... More > Shanghaied by unscrupulous characters working northern bars, borders and brothels. Four Union generals were Canadian-born; 29 Medal of Honor winners; a Canadian was in General Grant’s honor guard at Appottomax; another was at Lincoln’s bedside as he lay dying, still another led the squad that caught John Wilkes Booth. The assassination plot began in a Montreal hotel. Confederates ran extensive operations from Toronto’s Queen’s Hotel, fostering several hostile actions, including an attempt to burn down several New York City hotels and public buildings. From Halifax – where some businesses accepted Confederate money - sleek blockade runners helped supply the South with arms, food and clothing. To be sure, it was an American war, but it had a profound impact upon Canada which continues to this day.< Less
The Money Master
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The Money Master Being the Curious History of Jean Jacques Barbille, His Labors, His Loves and His Ladies by Gilbert Parker. This book is in a place by itself among the novels I have written. Jean... More > Jacques Barbille had the French Canadian life of pageant, pomp, and place extraordinarily developed. His love of history and tradition was abnormal. A genius, he was, within an inch, a tragedy to the last button. Probably the adventurous spirit of his forefathers played a greater part in his development and in the story of his days than anything else. He was wide-eyed, and he had a big soul. He trained himself to believe in himself and to follow his own judgment; therefore, he invited loss upon loss, he made mistake upon mistake, he heaped financial adventure upon financial adventure, he ran great risks. The Money Master really runs for a generation, and it says something for Jean Jacques Barbille that he could travel through scenes, many of them depressing, for long years, and in the end, provoke no disparagement.< Less
The Utopian Money
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In the current crisis all politicians are advancing the availability of funds and the payment of debts as obstacle, while the citizens asking for costs and waste less for the State. But to take look... More > at those that call costs they are actually measurements of the wealth produced and it seems illogical that a unit of measure would create a debt. This book is divided into five parts. After summarizing the history and functioning of the money in the first two parts, in the third the author addresses the fundamental issue: the legal definition of Professor Auriti, and proposes an extension applicable to the Utopian Money. The fourth part speaks about the Paul Grignon's Canadian money to solve the problem in the fifth part, with a very innovative proposal: a new form of global currency owned by the bearer, with no debt and self-issued by 7 billion of emitters with no central power to govern it. The author, an autodidact, describes and discloses his vision / proposal for the currency of the future.< Less
The Utopian Money
eBook (PDF): \$8.03
In the current crisis all politicians are advancing the availability of funds and the payment of debts as obstacle, while the citizens asking for costs and waste less for the State. But to take look... More > at those that call costs they are actually measurements of the wealth produced and it seems illogical that a unit of measure would create a debt. This book is divided into five parts. After summarizing the history and functioning of the money in the first two parts, in the third the author addresses the fundamental issue: the legal definition of Professor Auriti, and proposes an extension applicable to the Utopian Money. The fourth part speaks about the Paul Grignon's Canadian money to solve the problem in the fifth part, with a very innovative proposal: a new form of global currency owned by the bearer, with no debt and self-issued by 7 billion of emitters with no central power to govern it. The author, an autodidact, describes and discloses his vision / proposal for the currency of the future.< Less
Robert Kite's Successful The Canadian Retirement Plan
eBook (PDF): \$9.95
Will you be a poor senior? Finally, here is a Canadian book for everyone between 25-50 who wants to plan for a rich and early retirement. By following the easy steps, readers can experience a real... More > buzz as the years roll by and their nest egg grows. Robert Kite’s book addresses the looming problem of the pension shortfall. This book arose out of his personal experience. As he writes, “Twenty years ago I realised that unless we took drastic measures immediately, my wife and I would outlive our money and experience our “senior years” in poverty.” Robert adapted an original plan that he had devised for his professional work. He now shares that secret with his readers. The thousands of Canadians who might otherwise face a retirement with despair can now find hope from this book. The financial needs of women in retirement are discussed and single women are shown that they too can look forward to a happy retirement on a single income.< Less

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