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Interest, dividend and most other payments made to a non-resident of Canada are subject to withholding tax under the Canadian Income Tax Act., and may be subject to different taxation under an Income Tax Convention, which is an income tax treaty entered into between Canada and other countries to prevent double taxation.

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