Here’s an old one from blogspot recently viewed thrice, reminding me of its existence and that I’d written it way back in June: 2 days before Canada’s July 1, 2014 birthday celebration. June 29, 2014 This coming Tuesday July 1 is Canada Day, like the United States of America’s July 4, its “fourth of July” birth day, July … More Canada Day
A. The United States and Canada are crisscrossed by thousands of miles of oil and gas pipelines, but none have drawn the attention and political controversy of Keystone XL. Environmentalists oppose the project because it would create a conduit to market for petroleum extracted from the Alberta oil sands, an unconventional energy source requiring far more fuel, … More Canada’s Dirty Secret
November 7, 2014 Today was one more eventful day in the investment world; after several days of bond yields tip toeing higher after falling back to QE levels just about when the U.S. Federal reserve announced an end to its QE, buying its own U.S. government bonds; then rumours of a possible Europe QE program with Japan leading the way … More One More QE Maybe?
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June 7, 2014 Yesterday(June 6) while I arduously travelled west to work on a Scarborough TTC bus after a long walk and an outside wait to a place that I used to get to at Pharmacy a lot quicker travelling daily from downtown Toronto on the TTC east bound…
Yesterday January 30, 2017, John Chen, U.S. citizen born in China; head of what was once a Canadian company, Research in Motion; now the more international Blackberry Ltd. was interviewed on BNN and objected to the U.S. ban on Middle East travelers entering America. This morning, January 31, in a caption printed across CP 24’s … More Blackberry Ltd.;don’t let it out of your sight.