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April 20, 2015 |
Tomorrow's federal budget may deliver a surplus but it will fall short on delivering solutions to many of the problems Canadians are facing.
April 17, 2015 |
Experts have been warning that doubling the limit will have enormous negative impact on future federal and provincial budgets -- increasing exponentially to $20 billion annually by 2060.
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Can the courts liberate the Bank of Canada?

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Once a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes the nation's laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any nation.

-- William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, 1935

You know the old aphorism, "If a tree falls in the forest…?" Well, how about this one: if citizens win a significant victory in court against an autocratic government involving the fleecing of Canadians of billions of their hard-earned tax dollars and no one in the media actually covers it, did it really happen?

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| April 13, 2015
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| April 13, 2015

Balanced budget legislation represents the worst policy for Canada

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Joe Oliver's latest musings about introducing balanced budget legislation represent the worst policy for Canada, and will doom us to European-style crises and rob future generations of prosperity.

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| April 10, 2015
April 10, 2015 |
A new study has found that Canada has, relative to income, seen the second-highest increase in household debt among developed countries since the 2008 recession.
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