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Taxes on What You Should Have Done with Your Property But Didn’t

In Vancouver, if you have a property that someone else would love to tear down to build a high rise, the government has created a scheme to make you pay taxes as if [...]

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Will Canada Participate in the Shift from Public to Private?

QUESTION: Martin, Will Canadian equities due to Canada’s economy being integrated with the USA participate in the coming worldwide shift from public to [...]

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Vancouver to Investigate Real Estate Buyers for Money Laundering

Premier John Horgan of BC in Canada was joined by Finance Minister Carole James and Attorney General David Eby at a press conference in Victoria, BC, where they [...]

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Canadian Extremists Want to Sue all the Oil Companies for Causing Climate Change

In Canada, the left is urging lawsuits against oil companies to force them to pay for all the damage to the climate. Honestly, the oil companies should announce [...]

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Canada sells off its Gold Reserves to the Retail Market

Canada has been selling off most of its remaining gold reserves to the general public. They have been selling gold coins and reaping better prices than dumping [...]

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Were There Government Defaults in Canada During the Great Depression?

QUESTION: You always mention how there were defaults and suspension of debt during the Great Depression by states and municipals. Was this also true in Canada? JRT [...]

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Is a Separatist Movement in Alberta Inevitable?

While Alberta has been supporting Canada for decades, the rising tide of environmentalists has devastated its economy to the point that people no longer seek [...]

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The Divorce Agreement to Avoid Revolution

  Here is something that is going viral. It is the reality of our political-economic situation as we head into 2032 and begin to watch this cascade out of [...]

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Winnipeg Grain Exchange Closing Right in Time for the Cycle

  Canada’s last commodity exchange is closing. The Winnipeg Grain Exchange, which was established in 1887, will shut down for good after its owner [...]

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Canada Looking to Tax Small Business 93%?

  The Finance Minister of Canada, Bill Morneau, has announced that the government is now targeting private corporations and fundamentally changing the way [...]

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