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People negotiate job perks when expected to uproot family.

Second carbon tax coming.

lol PERKS are not allowed in this new world as a government employee.  

Sorry it is considered very bad

No more freebees for taking a contract is the new way

 

but carry on ONEWAY, remember Trudeau took a helicopter ride and considered that a firable offence :lol: 

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It is among more than 50 priority resolutions from the governing party's provincial and territorial organizations and its various commissions that will be the subject, starting today, of a two-week online discussion among registered Liberals.

Liberal MPs are not alone in urging a guaranteed basic income. The 50 resolutions include numerous calls from all corners of the country pressing the government to adopt the idea in one form or another.

There are also multiple resolutions, including one from the caucus, calling on the government to develop enforceable national standards for long-term care homes -- and to provide provinces with the funding needed to meet those standards. Long-term care facilities have borne the brunt of the more than 9,000 COVID-19-related deaths in Canada.

 
 
I hope ERIN will do more than talk about Black Face and WE, he needs a  strong plan for the future (Doug Ford won with no plan this will not happen at Fed level).
I doubt a plan of cuts will go over very well with people not working due to shut downs..
 
 

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10 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

You know the USA is banned from the world and Canada is not :dunno:  

 

nothing to see hear just rambling 

Yep you missed the question. As most libtards do. 

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1 hour ago, Poncho said:

Yep you missed the question. As most libtards do. 

repeat the question 

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Canada is once again tops in the G7 as we come out of shut down 

Good news

Bad news is the lack of tourism this sector is pretty much non existence 

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19 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

Canada is once again tops in the G7 as we come out of shut down 

Good news

Bad news is the lack of tourism this sector is pretty much non existence 

 

 

A debt that took us 153 years to create was nearly doubled in 6 months in 2020.

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58 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

 

 

A debt that took us 153 years to create was nearly doubled in 6 months in 2020.

That is what happens when you have to pay the entire country to stay at home :dunno: 

But it is good to see the Liberals actually create debt, haven't seen that at Fed level for a very long time.......

 

Throne Speech coming up

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3 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

That is what happens when you have to pay the entire country to stay at home :dunno: 

But it is good to see the Liberals actually create debt, haven't seen that at Fed level for a very long time.......

 

Throne Speech coming up

For six months?

Failmath has gone retard.

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1 hour ago, ArcticCrusher said:

For six months?

Failmath has gone retard.

lol you said doubled the debt and its not even close :lol:   better check your math 

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2 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

16,489.50 +129.36 (0.79%)

Sep. 15, 1:58 p.m
 
confidence is big in Canada 

Glad you are doing well market wise.

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On 9/12/2020 at 11:32 AM, 1trailmaker said:

You know the USA is banned from the world and Canada is not :dunno:  

 

nothing to see hear just rambling 

Yes you can see by the air travel that the US is banned from the world.lol...Jesus son, the cheese slipped off your cracker years ago...

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1 hour ago, Poncho said:

Yes you can see by the air travel that the US is banned from the world.lol...Jesus son, the cheese slipped off your cracker years ago...

European Union governments decided Tuesday to open their external borders to Algeria, Tunisia, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay. 

 

Across Europe, governments have opened their borders after months of closure during the coronavirus pandemic.

But, despite the holiday season now being in full swing, some are now shutting down again to head off a COVID-19 resurgence.

 

For countries outside of the bloc, the EU has opened its external borders to a select group of countries, based on their coronavirus outbreak. The list is updated every fortnight.

As of August 8, citizens of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China can enter. The US, Montenegro, Morocco and Serbia are among the countries on the banned list. But member states are not, however, legally obliged, to follow the EU's recommendation.

 

Sorry still  a ban on regular travel for USA citizens 

 

Maybe next month as Canada will keep them closed for another Month for sure

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In early 1995, creditors demanded yields of around nine per cent to lend the federal government money for 10 years, pushing interest payments to more than 30 per cent of revenue. With a debt approaching 70 per cent of gross domestic product, Canada looked like a risky bet and investors demanded extra compensation for the possibility that the federal government would default.

Most of us still remember what it took to get the situation under control. “Great sacrifice was required to make the fiscal situation sustainable,” Don Drummond, an associate deputy minister at Finance when Jean Chrétien’s government finally reversed a couple of decades of overspending, said in a commentary published by the C.D. Howe Institute last month.

Drummond, who is now an adjunct professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., expressed concern that the federal government is once again drifting towards a similar fate. He called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to re-establish a “fiscal anchor” to keep debt from returning to levels that would test the confidence of international investors.

He’s not the only one.

Scott Clark and Peter DeVries, two former senior Finance officials, warned in an article published by Air Quotes Media on Aug. 28 that Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s credibility will be “completely undercut” without a “credible and publicly accepted fiscal anchor.” A committee of policy experts assembled by C.D. Howe and co-chaired by John Manley, who served as Chrétien’s industry minister when they erased the deficit, also pushed for a “clear fiscal anchor” this week.

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31 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

 

 

 

 

In early 1995, creditors demanded yields of around nine per cent to lend the federal government money for 10 years, pushing interest payments to more than 30 per cent of revenue. With a debt approaching 70 per cent of gross domestic product, Canada looked like a risky bet and investors demanded extra compensation for the possibility that the federal government would default.

Most of us still remember what it took to get the situation under control. “Great sacrifice was required to make the fiscal situation sustainable,” Don Drummond, an associate deputy minister at Finance when Jean Chrétien’s government finally reversed a couple of decades of overspending, said in a commentary published by the C.D. Howe Institute last month.

Drummond, who is now an adjunct professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., expressed concern that the federal government is once again drifting towards a similar fate. He called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to re-establish a “fiscal anchor” to keep debt from returning to levels that would test the confidence of international investors.

He’s not the only one.

Scott Clark and Peter DeVries, two former senior Finance officials, warned in an article published by Air Quotes Media on Aug. 28 that Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s credibility will be “completely undercut” without a “credible and publicly accepted fiscal anchor.” A committee of policy experts assembled by C.D. Howe and co-chaired by John Manley, who served as Chrétien’s industry minister when they erased the deficit, also pushed for a “clear fiscal anchor” this week.

Liberals need to find a Finance Minister, we (Canada) will be hurting for these positions to be filled with people knowledgeable enough to carry us through.

Why go into Politics anymore?  There is no gains for anyone 

 

 

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16 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

European Union governments decided Tuesday to open their external borders to Algeria, Tunisia, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay. 

 

Across Europe, governments have opened their borders after months of closure during the coronavirus pandemic.

But, despite the holiday season now being in full swing, some are now shutting down again to head off a COVID-19 resurgence.

 

For countries outside of the bloc, the EU has opened its external borders to a select group of countries, based on their coronavirus outbreak. The list is updated every fortnight.

As of August 8, citizens of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China can enter. The US, Montenegro, Morocco and Serbia are among the countries on the banned list. But member states are not, however, legally obliged, to follow the EU's recommendation.

 

Sorry still  a ban on regular travel for USA citizens 

 

Maybe next month as Canada will keep them closed for another Month for sure

Nope they come back and forth every single day. We are traveling with ease. You are a typical Libtard media believer. Fake news

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59 minutes ago, Poncho said:

Nope they come back and forth every single day. We are traveling with ease. You are a typical Libtard media believer. Fake news

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Jesus Poncho you have a handful of plane over the ocean :lol:  most are not the BANNED USA :lmao: 

Yes USA is going state to state as your meme is showing :lol: 

 

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Fuck sakes trail 

 

the flights never stopped even back in March they were in and out of Pearson daily 

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7 hours ago, toslow said:

Fuck sakes trail 

 

the flights never stopped even back in March they were in and out of Pearson daily 

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14 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

 

Canada has spent about 50% more on average (per capita), during the crisis, while we simultaneously have the highest unemployment rate in the G7.

As compiled by the OECD, the average OECD unemployment rate is 7.7%.

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38 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Corrupt, crooked and incompetent from Trudope on down. Never in my life have I seen such stupidity out of a political party. By far the worst gov't this country has ever seen and those that support and continue to support them are even more stupid, which is hard to imagine.  

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