CCRA


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CCRA

(Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement) See Common Criteria.
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However, the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (CCRA) is under review by a House of Commons Justice Committee and the outcome of its deliberations will not be known until sometime in the fall.
* Complete more than 20 years of service to the Chemical Corps or the CBRN readiness mission and the CCRA.
* The fundamental principle underlying the CCRA and governing the CSC and PBC is that long-term safety is best ensured by the safe, gradual return of offenders to the community, albeit with conditions and under supervision as the protection of society is paramount.
He contacted CCRA's office in Winnipeg and asked that a lien placed against his home be lifted and that money garnisheed by the government be returned.
The factors that the CCRA will consider in determining whether a non-resident person is carrying on business in Canada are discussed in the CMA Management article mentioned above.
The system - expected to improve overall levels of security and reduce waiting times for low-risk passengers - is currently being developed by a team of 50 people from the CCRA, Citizenship and Immigration Canada and SITA's Advanced Travel Solutions business unit.
Like most significant policy or legislative initiatives, CCRA was not the result of a single issue or event.
(31) The Canadian taxpayer may elect for the principal business determination to be made based on net accounting income (as long as that Canadian taxpayer provides any requested information within 60 days or a longer period acceptable to the CCRA).
This is the final article in a three part series describing dispute resolution between taxpayers and the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (the CCRA).
After four years of discussions between CCRA and charities groups, the new CCRA guidelines continue to limit strictly the ability of charities to advocate for policy change in Canada and in other countries, they declared.
CrimsonLogic, an IT service provider, recently launched Canada's first Web-based customs clearance application into CCRA's Internet Gateway - called WebCustoms.
Ron Phillips has been told he owes the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) almost $90,000 in taxes for training he provided to on-reserve First Nations people who are tax exempt.