Monthly Archives: April 2017

Some of the things I’ve liked about Donald Trump in addition to that snapshot of a friend and him I was shown up around Davisville and Toronto’s Yonge Street is that people hate or fear him, and that he rarely … Continue reading

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Trump Trade Terror

I’ve suspected that the global ridicule directed at Donald Trump, now President Trump, has been motivated by fear of his wanting to renegotiate NAFTA, in effect seeming to oppose Free Trade that old Victorian Era battle cry of British manufacturers. … Continue reading

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Asset Price Inflation

Canada is the U.S.A’s number one supplier of oil. Everything that anyone can produce needs oil either as a component as in plastics and energy as in manufactured products such as military equipment or fuel for cars trucks and tanks. … Continue reading

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Where is Canada?

Like the United States Canada, land of The Consumer – Traveler enticed by world marketers may not exist as a nation. In his recent visit to India Canada’s Defence minister is accused of being a Sikh nationalist – Sikh nationalism,  … Continue reading

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“no knee jerk reactions” home builders say. Haste will badly affect the economy Royal Lepage says. Foreign real estate purchases have always existed those in the know say. Ontario minister will take extra care to see that money laundering regulations … Continue reading

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Looking For America

Since Donald Trump became the Republican candidate for president, whenever I put his name into the Google box; at the top of my search results page I get British media headers from The Independent and The Guardian which have begun … Continue reading

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Everyone knows why real estate is expensive.

Today another sold over asking on a real estate sold sign, a for sale sign for 2 or three weeks. Politicians and central bankers say they don’t know why house prices have risen above what Canadian currency holders can afford. … Continue reading

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