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Price Controls Lead to Shortages


on Friday, 28 September 2018 09:34

govguy

Do you like the idea of government mandating prices on consumer goods?  Imagine if there is a rise in the price of fruits and vegetables in the winter.  Is it a good idea for the government to step in and cover the additional costs so Canadians keep paying the same?



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Mike's Daily Comment

The Debate Between Private and Public Healthcare


on Thursday, 27 September 2018 08:56

doctor

Will you start caring about the private vs public healthcare system if you are presented with a situation where you would benefit from one over the other?



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Mike's Daily Comment

Will Canada Be Able To Make A Deal?


on Wednesday, 26 September 2018 09:25

tradewar

As US trade representatives continue to suggest that they will not reach a deal with Canada by the deadline,  which side is to blame for not being able to negotiate a fair deal in the NAFTA talks?



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Mike's Daily Comment

Blow Back From The Carbon Tax


on Tuesday, 25 September 2018 09:20

carbontax

The federal government is feeling the blowback of the carbon tax.  People are fed up with paying more tax and not knowing where the money is actually going.



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Interview of the Week

Interview of the Week - Martin Straith of The Trend Letter


on Monday, 24 September 2018 13:39

Martin shares with Mike the key indicator that he will be watching that will start the clock is ticking on a stock market crash. In the meantime? There is money to be made!

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Huge Outcry with a Low Voter Turnout


on Monday, 24 September 2018 09:00

municipal

It's hard trying to reconcile the lack of interest in municipal politics and the upcoming municipal elections with the outcry over affordable housing.  If the issue of affordability is so big, why aren't more people engaged in voting?



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Is New Brunswick About To Become Your Problem?


on Saturday, 22 September 2018 13:48

In New Brunswick only 57 out of every 100 eligible workers has a job.  Meanwhile provincial debt keeps growing. The politicians don't care but you should, especially if they come to the feds for help. 

newbrunswick



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