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Posts tagged 'Canadian economy'

Trudeau's Selfies Won't Cut It - Peter Diekmeyer (6/11/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 months ago 14180 Views 2 comments

The Canadian government systematically robs, discriminates against and impoverishes Canadian youth. The hard fact is that most are thus on their own. The sooner they realize it, the better.

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Rosen Slams Canadian Accountants: “Investors Are Being Swindled" - Peter Diekmeyer (28/6/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 1 years ago 14147 Views 2 comments

The Trudeau Government is following the Conservatives’ practice of hiding the lion’s share of Canada’s massive debts. Businesses are increasingly cooking the books, too, says one expert. Worse, auditors are playing along.

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Is Canada The Next Hot Money Victim? - John Rubino (10/5/2017)

By John Rubino 1 years ago 3859 Views No comments

But instead of Americans learning from Canada, Canadians appear to have concluded that we had it right after all. In the decade since the global financial system’s last near-death experience, Canadians have started to behave like turbo-charged Americans.

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Will Alberta's Devastating Wildfires Bring the Canadian Economy to Its Knees? - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 2 years ago 1660 Views No comments

For the economy of Canada, this natural disaster couldn't have come at a worse time. Already it is suffering from one of the most severe economic declines seen in its history and with this, it has only worsened.

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Are Canadian Banks the Next Shoe to Drop? - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 2 years ago 2999 Views No comments

Oil once again is in the spotlight, in fact, it never really has left since the correction has begun. Oil is so deeply linked with our global economy, that it cannot and will not be ignored. The continued downturn is highlighting the fact that the global economy is weak and due for a correction. All indicators point to this.

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