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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...
Canada’s Trudeau Expected To Kick Off Federal Election Campaign Wednesday
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Canada’s Trudeau Expected To Kick Off Federal Election Campaign Wednesday

September 10th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Canada’s Trudeau Expected To Kick Off Federal Election Campaign Wednesday by Tyler Durden Tue, 09/10/2019 – 18:05 Now that the controversy over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s attempt to interfere in an...
Justin Trudeau and the Ethics of Interference. The SNC Lavalin Affair
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Justin Trudeau and the Ethics of Interference. The SNC Lavalin Affair

August 15th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Justin Trudeau and the Ethics of Interference. The SNC Lavalin Affair By Dr. Binoy Kampmark August 15, 2019     Ethics can be a slippery matter and Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken, rather decidedly, the...
The State of the Canadian Debt Slaves, and How They Compare to the American Debt Slaves
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The State of the Canadian Debt Slaves, and How They Compare to the American Debt Slaves

June 18th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
The State of the Canadian Debt Slaves, and How They Compare to the American Debt Slaves by Wolf Richter • Jun 13, 2019 • This, despite still ultra-low interest rates and the highest disposable income ever. Canadian...
The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in Canada Deflate Further
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The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in Canada Deflate Further

May 20th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in Canada Deflate Further by Wolf Richter • May 15, 2019 • Vancouver prices drop. Toronto down 3.7% from peak, flat for 10 months. Winnipeg plunges most since at least 1990. Quebec City...
The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Granville
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The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Granville

April 3rd, 2019 | by Richard Paul
As for  the Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Granville being kicked out of the Liberal caucus with her trusted colleague Jane Philpott, surely the Trudeau government has displayed an enormous...
Andrew Coyne: The frightened Liberal rabbits shut down investigation into SNC-Lavalin affair
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Andrew Coyne: The frightened Liberal rabbits shut down investigation into SNC-Lavalin affair

February 14th, 2019 | by Richard Paul
Andrew Coyne: The frightened Liberal rabbits shut down investigation into SNC-Lavalin affair Wilson-Raybould is likely the first minister ever to lawyer up on her way out the door. It would seem she anticipates a fight. It would...
To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards”
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To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards”

December 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards” Authored by Mark Jeftovic via Guerilla-Capitalism.com, A few months ago I had formed a useful metaphor about the underlying...
New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender
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New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender

December 13th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Big banks tighten grip on mortgage market after rule changes stifle competition New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender...