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Why Do We Pay Taxes?

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on Saturday, 03 November 2018 10:57

Adrienne Clarkson's $100,000 Expense Account Reminds Us

We pay taxes when we work. We pay taxes when we spend or invest the money left over. Of course, it's the price we pay for "civilization.' You know, things like the $5 million temporary ice rink at the Parliament Buildings or the $2.2 billion on the Phoenix Pay System that the Auditor General calls an unimaginable failure. 

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The Ultimate Financial Reality - Interest Rates Are Rising - Get Ready For the Consequences

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on Saturday, 27 October 2018 10:43

It doesn't matter which political party you support. It doesn't matter if you're on the left or right. Higher interest rates are going to cost taxpayers, consumers and home owners. 

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Mike's Editorial - Why Is Government Putting People OUT of Business?

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on Saturday, 20 October 2018 16:51

The biggest obstacle to businesses surviving and thriving? Government. The combined tax and regulatory burden on small business is astounding.

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It's No Mystery Why Support for Carbon Taxes is Falling

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on Saturday, 13 October 2018 13:36

It takes a a certain mind-set to ignore the reasons behind carbon taxes losing support in Canada. When you show nothing but contempt for different ideas, don't be surprised when your message gets tuned out.

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Guess Who Was Forgotten In the New Trade Agreement

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on Saturday, 06 October 2018 17:29

It's clearly no free trade as protectionism wins out on both sides of the border. And guess who that hurt? Hint: Look in the mirror. Starts at the 0:16 mark

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OMG - We May Get What We Deserve

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on Saturday, 29 September 2018 13:26

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Move over debt crisis, pension problems, NAFTA and emerging markets - they all take a back seat to our profound complacency when it comes to threats to our financial well being. 



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Which Side Are You On?

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on Saturday, 22 September 2018 12:43

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Stephen Colbert declares that society is divided between those people who think with their head versus those who KNOW with their heart. Which one are you? Starts at the 0:16 mark



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