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Real Canadian Mortgage Growth Points to Early-80s-Style Meltdown
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Real Canadian Mortgage Growth Points to Early-80s-Style Meltdown

November 22nd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Real Canadian Mortgage Growth Points to Early-80s-Style Meltdown by Stephen Punwasi • We’re overestimating growth, thinking of it as heading towards low growth. In reality, we’re heading towards negative growth, once...
You will get chipped. It’s just a matter of time.
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You will get chipped. It’s just a matter of time.

November 12th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
One Company Wants To Implant Microchips Into The Hands Of “Hundreds Of Thousands” Of Global Workers November 11, 2018 by Michael Snyder It is really happening.  At one time, the idea that large numbers of people would...
Ottawa Jury Acquits Mohamed & Borozan of First Degree Murder
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Ottawa Jury Acquits Mohamed & Borozan of First Degree Murder

November 2nd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
    Ottawa Courtroom 161 Elgin St, Ottawa, Ontario   Friday, November 2, 2018 5:25 pm   In a case which saw a courtroom full of crown attorneys sitting in the courtroom awaiting the jury’s final verdict...
The Bank of Canada faces a self-inflicted quandary ,Home-equity-loan balances in Canada per capita are now 3.3 times what they were in the US during HELOC peak before it all collapsed.
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The Bank of Canada faces a self-inflicted quandary ,Home-equity-loan balances in Canada per capita are now 3.3 times what they were in the US during HELOC peak before it all collapsed.

September 25th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
HELOCs in the US & Canada: As “Scarred” Americans Learned Bitter Lesson, Canadians Went Nuts Home-equity-loan balances in Canada per capita are now 3.3 times what they were in the US during HELOC peak before it all...
Canada’s economy is in the throes of a zombie outbreak and it’s threatening to devour the country’s productivity
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Canada’s economy is in the throes of a zombie outbreak and it’s threatening to devour the country’s productivity

September 18th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Deloitte finds 16% of publicly traded firms more than 10 years old don’t make enough revenue to cover the interest on their debt James McLeod September 18, 2018 7:08 AM EDT Filed under Financial Post Comment Facebook Twitter...
Many First Nation communities across Canada have been under long-term boil water advisories.
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Many First Nation communities across Canada have been under long-term boil water advisories.

September 5th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Finding a solution to Canada’s Indigenous water crisis SHARON NADEEM Lytton’s water operator Warren Brown Many First Nation communities across Canada have been under long-term boil water advisories. One community is...
10 YEARS LATER – NO LESSONS LEARNED
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10 YEARS LATER – NO LESSONS LEARNED

September 4th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The Burning Platform 10 YEARS LATER – NO LESSONS LEARNED “A variety of investors provided capital to financial companies, with which they made irresponsible loans and took excessive risks. These activities resulted in real...
Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre – one of the busiest malls in the country – was packed with back-to-school shoppers when gunshots rang out Thursday afternoon, sending thousands of panicked customers ducking into clothing racks and running for safety.
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Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre – one of the busiest malls in the country – was packed with back-to-school shoppers when gunshots rang out Thursday afternoon, sending thousands of panicked customers ducking into clothing racks and running for safety.

August 31st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Midday shooting at Toronto’s Yorkdale mall causes shoppers to flee MOLLY HAYES AND NADINE YOUSIF PUBLISHED AUGUST 30, 2018UPDATED 8 HOURS AGO Open this photo in gallery Police tape covers an entrance at Yorkdale shopping mall...
About 84 per cent of the 4.6 million people who took part in the consultation ‘do not want the clocks to change anymore’
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About 84 per cent of the 4.6 million people who took part in the consultation ‘do not want the clocks to change anymore’

August 31st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Will the EU ditch daylight saving? ‘The people want that, and we will make it happen’ About 84 per cent of the 4.6 million people who took part in the consultation ‘do not want the clocks to change...
Globe and Mail correspondent Adrian Morrow said, “it looks like the U.S. and Mexico went far beyond bilateral issues and agreed to a pile of trilateral stuff without Canada.
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Globe and Mail correspondent Adrian Morrow said, “it looks like the U.S. and Mexico went far beyond bilateral issues and agreed to a pile of trilateral stuff without Canada.

August 27th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
“Canada Just Got Played”: How Mexico Stabbed Canada In The Back by Tyler Durden Mon, 08/27/2018 – 17:23 In what was the biggest economic news of the day, Donald Trump concluded bilateral trade negotiations with...