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Tax treaty between France and Canada

Published on November 27, 2013
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[*This site, developed by the Tax Attaché, does not prevail over any existing administrative documentation.*]

The following deals solely with taxation issues for France and the Canadian Federal State and does not cover taxation of the Provinces, nor the French Overseas Territories.

Tax Treaties

The main provisions of the tax treaty between France and Canada regarding direct taxes

- Rental Income (article 6 of the treaty)
- Dividends (article 10 of the treaty)
- Interest Income (article 11 of the treaty)
- Royalties (article 12 of the treaty)
- Capital gains (article 13 of the treaty)
- Dependent professional services (article 15 of the treaty)
- Pensions (article 18 of the treaty)
- Public compensation (article 19 of the treaty)
- Students and Trainees (article 20 of the treaty)

Estate Taxes

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