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getting tired of FORD spending millions on carbon ads and fails to admit he caused this and doesn't mention anything about him saving us money like he suggests 

 

This partisan - since the ad doesn't give Ontario's plan - douche 

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2 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

getting tired of FORD spending millions on carbon ads and fails to admit he caused this and doesn't mention anything about him saving us money like he suggests 

 

This partisan - since the ad doesn't give Ontario's plan - douche 

Canadians don't see the climate alarmists as a high priority.

 

Go Doug.

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Canadians don't see the climate alarmists as a high priority.

 

Go Doug.

I disagree but that isn't the point

He is wasting money something you should be against - but the ONEWAY comes out loud and clear

 

This isn't the same as the Pension  ads Wynne did, this is much different 

 

REDUCE OUR GAS TAX ITS THAT SIMPLE

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3 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

I disagree but that isn't the point

He is wasting money something you should be against - but the ONEWAY comes out loud and clear

 

This isn't the same as the Pension  ads Wynne did, this is much different 

 

REDUCE OUR GAS TAX ITS THAT SIMPLE

He ran on it.:lol:

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

He ran on it.:lol:

wasting money on ads?  no he did not

 

I know he is fighting in court and will lose and that is okay, stop spending money on buying the people when he doesn't need too.

This is federal campaigning he is doing - should be illegal 

 

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4 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

wasting money on ads?  no he did not

 

I know he is fighting in court and will lose and that is okay, stop spending money on buying the people when he doesn't need too.

This is federal campaigning he is doing - should be illegal 

 

Justin is done, stick a fork in him.

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Just now, ArcticCrusher said:

Justin is done, stick a fork in him.

Quite possible 

 

Doug should stop wasting money while taking it away from sick kids

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2 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

getting tired of FORD spending millions on carbon ads and fails to admit he caused this and doesn't mention anything about him saving us money like he suggests 

 

This partisan - since the ad doesn't give Ontario's plan - douche 

Fuck your are suck a Trudeau bag licker.

Trudeau can waste money on carbon tax adds and your okay.

Trudeau can fly around the world creating an environmental wasteland and constantly while crying fake tears about the environment and you cheer him hoping to be able to get your selfie of the week.   

 

But heaven forbid Doug Ford does what he campaigned on and was elected to do!

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Sksman said:

Fuck your are suck a Trudeau bag licker.

Trudeau can waste money on carbon tax adds and your okay.

Trudeau can fly around the world creating an environmental wasteland and constantly while crying fake tears about the environment and you cheer him hoping to be able to get your selfie of the week.   

 

But heaven forbid Doug Ford does what he campaigned on and was elected to do!

 

 

He is fighting the carbon tax in court - his ads are not apart of that or his election promises 

stickers on gas pumps or fine 25000 dollars a day :dunno:  fuck when did you start agreeing with governments forcing their agenda on private companies 

 

You ONEWAYs are something to behold 

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Posted (edited)

Have you noticed our Ontario Government hasn't bragged about the record jobs created last month :dunno:   

 

I wonder why :lol:    lets waste more money on ads  and more lies about the job killer tax :lol:  

according to the new MEME carbon tax is going to cost the average person 10000 dollars by year 2903

Edited by 1trailmaker

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11 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

Quite possible 

 

Doug should stop wasting money while taking it away from sick kids

Doug wants to cut the fat so the sick kids end up with more help instead of it being wasted in the system.

 

Go Doug.

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1 hour ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Doug wants to cut the fat so the sick kids end up with more help instead of it being wasted in the system.

 

Go Doug.

:lol:  pretty sure the 100's protesting this disagree with your assumptions

 

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:lol:  

 

NDP MPP Taras Natyshak tabled private member’s legislation identical to a bill introduced by Tory MPP Sylvia Jones two years ago that would revive the auditor general’s powers to veto commercials deemed to be politically partisan.

“I assume the Conservatives will support this because they already did,” Natyshak (Essex) told reporters Wednesday at Queen’s Park.

“Voting against this bill would be the height of hypocrisy,” he said, noting Jones and much of Ford’s cabinet strongly endorsed the measures in 2017.

“That’s the kind of ugly, two-faced double-dealing that no one wants to see.”

 

but but but I'm Doug Ford

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1 hour ago, 1trailmaker said:

:lol:  pretty sure the 100's protesting this disagree with your assumptions

 

Do you think Ford will sell fewer cars cutting 10% of their white collar staff?

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FORD finally took credit for the good economy in Ontario :lol:  He say " due to my policies"  :lol:  

Nothing has changed 

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23 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

FORD finally took credit for the good economy in Ontario :lol:  He say " due to my policies"  :lol:  

Nothing has changed 

Did he steal a page from Trudeau?

 

Go Doug.

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23 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Did he steal a page from Trudeau?

 

Go Doug.

no Canada went from last to first - sorry about your luck....

 

This was hard for Doug to say since Carbon Tax and or Cap and Trade hasn't hindered the economy one bit -  just some facts to deal with

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21 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

no Canada went from last to first - sorry about your luck....

 

This was hard for Doug to say since Carbon Tax and or Cap and Trade hasn't hindered the economy one bit -  just some facts to deal with

Actually Canada's GDP growth is last right now, been for the past two years.

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Actually Canada's GDP growth is last right now, been for the past two years.

:lol:  

keep it coming 

 

 

TORONTO - Canada’s main stock index closed at an all-time high Thursday as it overcame a correction late last year that saw it lose 17 per cent of its value.

The S&P/TSX composite index gained 68.57 points to 16,612.81, surpassing the previous record close of 16,567.47 set last July.

Stock markets are feeling “calm and bliss” following a reversal in language from central banks towards advocating a slow rise in interest rates, says Kash Pashootan, CEO and chief investment officer at First Avenue Investment Counsel Inc.

“That has the market feeling much more comfortable and confident, which has continued to push equity markets higher,” he said in an interview.

The TSX has recovered 2,832 points or 20.6 per cent since sinking to its December low.

 

Canada added a record number of jobs in November and the unemployment rate dipped to a new all-time low, a performance that analysts said should help ease the Bank of Canada’s worries about a recent economic slowdown.

Statistics Canada on Friday reported a gain of 94,100 jobs on stronger full-time hiring and said the jobless rate had fallen to 5.6 percent. Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast 11,000 new positions.

 

OTTAWA — The unemployment rate stayed at its 43-year low of 5.6 per cent last month as the economy closed out 2018 with the addition of 9,300 net new jobs, Statistics Canada said Friday.

For the second straight month, the jobless rate was at its lowest level since Statistics Canada started measuring comparable data in January 1976.

 

 

:lol:  too funny Canada is doing so well and all we see is doom and gloom :lol: 

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2 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

:lol:  

keep it coming 

 

 

TORONTO - Canada’s main stock index closed at an all-time high Thursday as it overcame a correction late last year that saw it lose 17 per cent of its value.

The S&P/TSX composite index gained 68.57 points to 16,612.81, surpassing the previous record close of 16,567.47 set last July.

Stock markets are feeling “calm and bliss” following a reversal in language from central banks towards advocating a slow rise in interest rates, says Kash Pashootan, CEO and chief investment officer at First Avenue Investment Counsel Inc.

“That has the market feeling much more comfortable and confident, which has continued to push equity markets higher,” he said in an interview.

The TSX has recovered 2,832 points or 20.6 per cent since sinking to its December low.

 

Canada added a record number of jobs in November and the unemployment rate dipped to a new all-time low, a performance that analysts said should help ease the Bank of Canada’s worries about a recent economic slowdown.

Statistics Canada on Friday reported a gain of 94,100 jobs on stronger full-time hiring and said the jobless rate had fallen to 5.6 percent. Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast 11,000 new positions.

 

OTTAWA — The unemployment rate stayed at its 43-year low of 5.6 per cent last month as the economy closed out 2018 with the addition of 9,300 net new jobs, Statistics Canada said Friday.

For the second straight month, the jobless rate was at its lowest level since Statistics Canada started measuring comparable data in January 1976.

 

 

:lol:  too funny Canada is doing so well and all we see is doom and gloom :lol: 

GDP, 

 

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/weaker-than-expected-gdp-shows-canadian-growth-stalling-1.1222243

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4 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Yes it is slowing, we know this.   Its not the end of the world and Trudeau's numbers are quite good overall.  

Without high OIL prices our GDP will suffer a bit,  get used to it.

You didn't care when we set record growth, you just shrugged it off and said I vote CPC everytime no matter what. :lol: 

 

When it picks up in the next months you will still vote for Andrew -  The Economy or any stats means nothing to a ONEWAY 

 

In the meantime almost everyone has a job, stocks markets are making money, businesses are thriving in this spending economy.  

Go Canada Go

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FYI.

Go Doug.

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On 5/21/2019 at 10:10 PM, 1trailmaker said:

He is fighting the carbon tax in court - his ads are not apart of that or his election promises 

stickers on gas pumps or fine 25000 dollars a day :dunno:  fuck when did you start agreeing with governments forcing their agenda on private companies 

 

You ONEWAYs are something to behold 

So forcing a carbon tax on Ontario businesses who voted against it is okay in your books.

As long as its Trudeau your good with it.

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3 minutes ago, Sksman said:

So forcing a carbon tax on Ontario businesses who voted against it is okay in your books.

As long as its Trudeau your good with it.

:lol:   25k a day for denying DOUG :lol:  

You do know that the Province taxes gas the most eh! :dunno: 

what a ONEWAY 

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On 5/23/2019 at 1:51 PM, 1trailmaker said:

:lol:  

keep it coming 

 

 

TORONTO - Canada’s main stock index closed at an all-time high Thursday as it overcame a correction late last year that saw it lose 17 per cent of its value.

The S&P/TSX composite index gained 68.57 points to 16,612.81, surpassing the previous record close of 16,567.47 set last July.

Stock markets are feeling “calm and bliss” following a reversal in language from central banks towards advocating a slow rise in interest rates, says Kash Pashootan, CEO and chief investment officer at First Avenue Investment Counsel Inc.

“That has the market feeling much more comfortable and confident, which has continued to push equity markets higher,” he said in an interview.

The TSX has recovered 2,832 points or 20.6 per cent since sinking to its December low.

 

Canada added a record number of jobs in November and the unemployment rate dipped to a new all-time low, a performance that analysts said should help ease the Bank of Canada’s worries about a recent economic slowdown.

Statistics Canada on Friday reported a gain of 94,100 jobs on stronger full-time hiring and said the jobless rate had fallen to 5.6 percent. Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast 11,000 new positions.

 

OTTAWA — The unemployment rate stayed at its 43-year low of 5.6 per cent last month as the economy closed out 2018 with the addition of 9,300 net new jobs, Statistics Canada said Friday.

For the second straight month, the jobless rate was at its lowest level since Statistics Canada started measuring comparable data in January 1976.

 

 

:lol:  too funny Canada is doing so well and all we see is doom and gloom :lol: 

All based on too much debt that will eventually blow up! 

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