Monthly Archives: August 2018

Manitoba Hydro’s dirty power – and dark legacy

Construction of the Keeyask Generating Station project located approximately 725 km north of Winnipeg on the lower Nelson River. Manitoba Hydro / SunMedia — August 22 2018 A bit about MB Hydro’s dirty past that many do not want the … Continue reading

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The Canadian tax system favors the wealthy – No shit sherlock but what is the impact

August 22 2018 – Economics The very wealthy one percent and especially the ultra wealthy .01 percent who often say they take the most risks and create the most jobs so should be given bigger tax breaks. The majority of … Continue reading

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Immigration, Refugees and taking care of all Canadians

Aug 17 2018 – Kevin Yaworski Conservative MP Maxime Bernier’s recent tweets have back fired and helped Liberals get major boost in donations and supporter signups. More in the Globe and Mail article below. Is this a sign the Liberals … Continue reading

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Canada gold reserves nearly zero

Image – istock — Canada has been selling off its gold reserves for a while now and is at or close to zero. In the 60’s it had over 1000 Tonnes. It’s reserve is now made up in currency and … Continue reading

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