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Justin Trudeau is open to the idea of having the federal government fund the supply of heroin to junkies in Vancouver.
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Justin Trudeau is open to the idea of having the federal government fund the supply of heroin to junkies in Vancouver.

November 22nd, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Trudeau “Open” To Handing Out Taxpayer-Funded Heroin To Vancouver Addicts With central banks doing everything in their power to make the lives of stock market junkies as easy as possible to avoid tantrums and...
Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles v. Its Other Markets,
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Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles v. Its Other Markets,

November 21st, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles v. Its Other Markets, October Update by Wolf Richter • Nov 19, 2019 • Vancouver has tiny uptick after 14 declines. Toronto dips below July 2017 peak. Victoria ekes out new high....
Don Cherry gets fired by Sportsnet. Okay now what?
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Don Cherry gets fired by Sportsnet. Okay now what?

November 12th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
  November 12th, 2019 Icon color commentator with sidekick ( and traitor or hypocrite)  Ron Maclean, Don Cherry, was fired this week after remarks  we’re made on Coaches Corner during the regular Saturday Night...
Canada’s SNC-Lavalin Affair: The Site C Dam Project and Bulk Water Export
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Canada’s SNC-Lavalin Affair: The Site C Dam Project and Bulk Water Export

November 10th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Canada’s SNC-Lavalin Affair: The Site C Dam Project and Bulk Water Export By Joyce Nelson This article was first published on March 13, 2019 In all the press coverage of the “the SNC-Lavalin affair,” not enough attention...
TC Energy – formerly known as TransCanada – said on Wednesday that it shut down the 590,000-bpd line after it detected a drop in pressure
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TC Energy – formerly known as TransCanada – said on Wednesday that it shut down the 590,000-bpd line after it detected a drop in pressure

November 2nd, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Why The Latest Keystone Spill Is Disastrous For Canadian Oil Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, The Keystone Pipeline was shut down this week after it ruptured and spilled in North Dakota. TC Energy – formerly...
Roger Waters Stunned At Assange’s Plight: “Orwell & Huxley Were Both Right”
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Roger Waters Stunned At Assange’s Plight: “Orwell & Huxley Were Both Right”

October 30th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Roger Waters Stunned At Assange’s Plight: “Orwell & Huxley Were Both Right” by Tyler Durden Wed, 10/30/2019 – 02:45 Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters has been an outspoken advocate for Julian Assange,...
Fort McMurray, Alberta has officially turned into “the insolvency capital of Canada”, according to Bloomberg.
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Fort McMurray, Alberta has officially turned into “the insolvency capital of Canada”, according to Bloomberg.

October 13th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
The Little Canadian Oil Town Ravaged By Big Insolvencies by Tyler Durden Sun, 10/13/2019 – 18:05 Fort McMurray, Alberta has officially turned into “the insolvency capital of Canada”, according to Bloomberg....
Trudeau Rumored To Be In Talks To Suppress Potentially Career-Ending Sex Scandal
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Trudeau Rumored To Be In Talks To Suppress Potentially Career-Ending Sex Scandal

October 8th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Trudeau Rumored To Be In Talks To Suppress Potentially Career-Ending Sex Scandal by Tyler Durden Tue, 10/08/2019 – 13:05 Somehow, the Liberal Party has managed to minimize the blowback from Justin Trudeau’s...
Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles, August Update: Vancouver Spirals Lower
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Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles, August Update: Vancouver Spirals Lower

October 8th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Canada’s Most Splendid Housing Bubbles, August Update: Vancouver Spirals Lower by Wolf Richter • Sep 19, 2019 • House prices in Toronto still below 2017 peak. Montreal, Ottawa hit new highs. Quebec City about flat with...
Deloitte expects the loonie to average 75 U.S. cents through the end of next year, helping to support Canadian export competitiveness
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Deloitte expects the loonie to average 75 U.S. cents through the end of next year, helping to support Canadian export competitiveness

October 1st, 2019 | by Richard Paul
‘Riddled with risk’: Canada’s economic growth threatened by geopolitical threats, report says Deloitte expects the loonie to average 75 U.S. cents through the end of next year, helping to support Canadian export...