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How Trudeau is leading Canada to bankruptcy

kmarthe

kmarthe

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The terrorist compensator and the horrible tax money manager Trudeau will pay a great price during the next elections....

Les Canadiens ne sont pas d'acccord avec la compensation accordée à Omar Khadr

La décision d'Ottawa de verser une compensation de 10,5 millions de dollars à l'ex-enfant-soldat Omar Khadr déplaît à une large majorité de Canadiens, selon un sondage de l'Institut Angus Reid. Ainsi, 71 % des répondants pensent que le gouvernement fédéral n'aurait pas dû régler le cas à l'amiable, mais aurait plutôt dû laisser la cour décider si Omar Khadr a été emprisonné injustement.

En fait, c’est l’argent gouvernemental qu’il a reçu qui ne semble pas faire l’unanimité. En effet, s’ils avaient eu à décider eux-mêmes, 54 % des Canadiens n’auraient proposé que des excuses au jeune homme, alors que seulement 32 % disent qu’ils lui auraient accordé une compensation financière.

Par ailleurs, 74 % des Canadiens croient qu’Omar Khadr aurait dû être traité comme un enfant-soldat au moment de son arrestation, en victime plutôt qu'en agresseur, par exemple en suivant des programmes de réhabilitation au lieu de se retrouver à la prison de Guantanamo.

Malgré cela, lorsqu’on leur demande si, globalement, selon ce qu’ils connaissent de tout ce qui lui est arrivé au cours des 15 dernières années, ils jugent qu’Omar Khadr a été traité justement ou injustement, 42 % des Canadiens affirment qu’ils ne sont pas certains, 34 % pensent qu’il a eu un traitement juste et 24 % pensent le contraire.

En majorité, les Canadiens ont une image plutôt négative d'Omar Khadr. Ainsi, 64 % pensent qu’il est toujours « une potentielle menace radicale ». En mai 2015, lorsqu’il avait obtenu sa liberté conditionnelle, ils étaient 55 % à penser la même chose.

Le sondage a été effectué du 7 au 10 juillet auprès de 1512 Canadiens. Sa marge d'erreur est de 2,5 %, 19 fois sur 20.

Les Canadiens ne sont pas d'acccord avec la compensation accordée à Omar Khadr
 
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  • superduper703

    superduper703

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    When my fellow Americans seek medical care outside the country it is because they are looking for less expensive service.

    When Canadians seek medical help in US it could not possibly be because they are looking for less expensive service.

    I am sure you can connect the dots yourself.

    "But the quality of the care, itself, is good" - quality of medical care is not comprised of skills of the doctors alone.

    PS. I heard of cases when Americans buy cheaper drugs in Canada (the same kind sold in US, but cheaper price).
    However, I have not heard of cases where Americans go to Canada for health services.
    I spent $800 on an MRI in Buffalo because I didn't want to wait a month and a half for my appointment. The quality of the MRI in Canada was not the issue, it was the wait time.

    My friend's wife discovered she had cancer in her throat. She had a surgery done within 2 weeks. In Canada. Free of charge. And then had 3 more surgeries, one in each lung and one in her kidney. No coverage denied, not one cent paid (well, parking was expensive at $20 a day, LOL).

    If your condition requires surgery, it will be done. If you have fungus on your toenail, you can wait.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    I spent $800 on an MRI in Buffalo because I didn't want to wait a month and a half for my appointment. The quality of the MRI in Canada was not the issue, it was the wait time.

    My friend's wife discovered she had cancer in her throat. She had a surgery done within 2 weeks. In Canada. Free of charge. And then had 3 more surgeries, one in each lung and one in her kidney. No coverage denied, not one cent paid (well, parking was expensive at $20 a day, LOL).

    If your condition requires surgery, it will be done. If you have fungus on your toenail, you can wait.
    Wait time is part of quality care.
     
    superduper703

    superduper703

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    Wait time is part of quality care.
    Not for my condition (pain in my right bicep). Had it been cancer or something even more sinister, I would have had my appointment within a week or 2.

    What you don't seem to understand is that if you ask ANY Canadian, whether Conservative or Liberal, if they'd rather have their single-payer system or some garbage system like in the US, each and everyone of them would choose the Canadian system, warts and all.
     
    الحرس الجمهوري

    الحرس الجمهوري

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    I don't care about Canada's politics. Can we just talk about how handsome the man is? Justin_Trudeau_and_Benigno_Aquino_III_November_2015_cropped.jpg
     
    !Aoune32

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    Not for my condition (pain in my right bicep). Had it been cancer or something even more sinister, I would have had my appointment within a week or 2.

    What you don't seem to understand is that if you ask ANY Canadian, whether Conservative or Liberal, if they'd rather have their single-payer system or some garbage system like in the US, each and everyone of them would choose the Canadian system, warts and all.
    I think the Canadian system is the same as the Australian system. There are wait times but it depends if you are high risk or not. The tax payer pays 1.5% of his annual income on medicare levies and his hospital and care is for free. You can go to Private if you want and for the family cover (2 adults 2 children) it is about 3K a year.
     
    kmarthe

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    Yalla update your counters! The clown Trudeau has added 17,8 billion $ deficit this last year (partially they are blaming Trump for that :D but not at all their stupid financial policies), we still have two more years of the Liberal nightmare...


    Ottawa: un déficit moins élevé de cinq milliards en 2016-2017

    (Ottawa) Le gouvernement fédéral a terminé l'exercice financier 2016-2017 avec un déficit nettement inférieur aux prévisions du ministre des Finances Bill Morneau dans son dernier budget présenté en mars: plus de cinq milliards de dollars de moins.

    En effet, Ottawa a affiché un déficit de 17,8 milliards de dollars lors du dernier exercice financier qui a pris fin le 31 mars, alors que M. Morneau tablait sur un manque à gagner de 23 milliards de dollars, selon les résultats définitifs dévoilés mardi matin par le ministère des Finances.

    Ce bilan financier plus reluisant que prévu est imputable à la forte croissance économique qu'a enregistrée le Canada au cours des derniers mois et, dans une moindre mesure, à des dépenses qui n'ont pas été faites comme prévu durant le dernier exercice. La croissance a été telle que près de 400 000 emplois ont été créés au pays au cours de la dernière année et le Canada affiche le taux de croissance le plus élevé des pays du G7.

    Ce déficit fait tout de même grimper la dette accumulée du Canada à 631,9 milliards de dollars au 31 mars 2017. Le ratio de la dette en proportion du produit intérieur brut s'établit maintenant à 31,2 %, en hausse de 0,2 %.

    En 2015-2016, le gouvernement fédéral avait enregistré un déficit de 1 milliard de dollars.

    Dans son dernier budget, le ministre Morneau prévoyait un déficit de 28,5 milliards de dollars durant l'exercice financier en cours, de 27,4 milliards en 2018-2019 et de 23,4 milliards de dollars en 2019-2020. Le ministre a toutefois incorporé dans ces prévisions un coussin financier annuel de trois milliards de dollars.

    Si la situation budgétaire est plus encourageante que prévu, le ministère des Finances souligne qu'il subsiste des incertitudes pour l'économie canadienne, alimentées en bonne partie par l'administration de Donald Trump. «Pour le Canada, il subsiste au premier rang une incertitude autour des principaux éléments des politiques économique, budgétaire et commerciale des États-Unis. En outre, le niveau élevé d'endettement des ménages pourrait représenter un risque dans l'éventualité d'un choc économique négatif, alors que les prix du pétrole pourraient décevoir à court terme si l'offre devait continuer à augmenter», souligne-t-on au ministère des Finances.

    En campagne électorale, les libéraux de Justin Trudeau avaient promis d'investir massivement dans les projets d'infrastructures, entre autres, afin de stimuler la croissance de l'économie. Ils avaient alors calculé que cela engendrerait des déficits «modestes» de 10 milliards de dollars pendant les deux premières années d'un mandat libéral, et prévoyaient un retour à l'équilibre budgétaire dans la dernière année, soit en 2019-2020.

    Mais en présentant son premier budget, en 2016, le ministre Bill Morneau a fait savoir que les déficits seraient plus imposants - près de 29 milliards de dollars annuels - et qu'il n'était pas en mesure de préciser quand il comptait rétablir l'équilibre budgétaire.

    Attaqué sans relâche par le Parti conservateur depuis deux ans sur la gestion des finances publiques, le ministre Bill Morneau pourra utiliser les résultats de l'exercice financier 2016-2017 pour contrer les critiques de ses adversaires selon lesquelles il a perdu le contrôle des finances publiques.

    Ces résultats sont publiés alors que le gouvernement Trudeau est sur la défensive depuis quelques semaines en raison de la réforme fiscale controversée du ministre Morneau. Le grand argentier du pays veut contrer l'évitement fiscal en limitant l'utilisation de sociétés privées par des entrepreneurs et certains professionnels, mais ces mesures soulèvent la grogne des contribuables affectés et au moins deux députés libéraux des provinces maritimes affirment avoir l'intention de voter contre.
     
    kmarthe

    kmarthe

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    Shefteh shoo mnee7 ma3 el lenbneniyeh hal Trudeau ya @kmarthe? Woo bet dallek zalemtee :)
    Mona Nemer, heart researcher, appointed Canada's new chief scientist - Technology & Science - CBC News
    LOL! Eno he has not done us a favor in fact. You have lots of (very) highly educated Lebanese in prominent positions in Canada so ma tfakker eno Trudeau is being nice to us. Chou mna3mil if Canadians and Westerners in general prefer to work right after their undergraduate studies and don't go for graduate studies?! :p
     
    kmarthe

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    u need some1 like Trump hahahahhaha and all the grabbing and smartness
    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....

    And with Trudeau planning to legalize Marijuana, raising healthy children in Canada will become very difficult.... The Marijuana generation that this clown is creating will be completely turned off, uneducated or at best with minmal education, jobless and mostly on wellfare...
     
    Kizzeb2019

    Kizzeb2019

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    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....
    I trust u :) bet7ebe l 3enef :D from trump to Putin :D
     
    Kizzeb2019

    Kizzeb2019

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    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....

    And with Trudeau planning to legalize Marijuana, raising healthy children in Canada will become very difficult.... The Marijuana generation that this clown is creating will be completely turned off, uneducated or at best with minmal education, jobless and mostly on wellfare...
    u are talking like soviet union times " did u know that officially in soviet union there was no sex in their private life ?
    so u talking about the Marijuana is like it doesnt exists and no one is smoking it and when they ll legalize it ra7 tekhrab .
    second, there will be military parade in USA that is so important for the life of the tax payers .
    back to Trudeau , he s nice:) w inte be7tebbe l 3inif
     
    The Jade

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    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....

    And with Trudeau planning to legalize Marijuana, raising healthy children in Canada will become very difficult.... The Marijuana generation that this clown is creating will be completely turned off, uneducated or at best with minmal education, jobless and mostly on wellfare...
    I thought the economy is doing much better under Trudeau than under his predecessor.
    Maybe there's a deficit (which was basically his electoral platform), but they used the money to inject in services and infrastructure; all of which have contributed to the better economy in Canada.
    He's definitely not perfect, but a country like Canada with a high debt is not really a problem.
    After all, Japan has the highest debt to gdp in the world (more than Lebanon!) and they have one of the biggest and healthiest economies in the world. They're actually the 3rd biggest economy in the world.

    Here's an outlook about Canada's "bad" economy: Canada’s economy came back to Earth in 2017 and it looks like it will stay there

    As for Marijuana legalisation issue, other examples have shown that legalisation will not lead to the catastrophe you're pointing at.
    Saying that legalising Marijuana will lead to people being high all the time is akin to saying that legalising alcohol lead to people being drunk all the time.
    Countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Australia, Denmark, Spain, Uruguay, etc all doing quite well.....unless you have any proof that their people are high all the time and they spend their time being jobless, on welfare and non-educated.
     
    kmarthe

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    I thought the economy is doing much better under Trudeau than under his predecessor.
    Maybe there's a deficit (which was basically his electoral platform), but they used the money to inject in services and infrastructure; all of which have contributed to the better economy in Canada.
    He's definitely not perfect, but a country like Canada with a high debt is not really a problem.
    After all, Japan has the highest debt to gdp in the world (more than Lebanon!) and they have one of the biggest and healthiest economies in the world. They're actually the 3rd biggest economy in the world.

    Here's an outlook about Canada's "bad" economy: Canada’s economy came back to Earth in 2017 and it looks like it will stay there

    As for Marijuana legalisation issue, other examples have shown that legalisation will not lead to the catastrophe you're pointing at.
    Saying that legalising Marijuana will lead to people being high all the time is akin to saying that legalising alcohol lead to people being drunk all the time.
    Countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Australia, Denmark, Spain, Uruguay, etc all doing quite well.....unless you have any proof that their people are high all the time and they spend their time being jobless, on welfare and non-educated.
    The economic growth that you are talking about is a direct consequence of the tens of billions the liberals have been injecting. That is normal otherwise they will be robbing the money, but that will be short lived because when your government has been running into 25 - 30 billion $ deficits for two consecutive years and projecting the same spending pattern for the remaining two years of Trudeau's mandate, we would be around 100 billion $ deficit after the liberal term ends in 2019. That is enormous and will leave a huge negative impact on the countries finances for decades to come. The successors will have to increase taxes, and implement lots of cuts to compensate. If you think our infrastructure is booming, you just have to come and take a ride in Montreal, wlek Zahle roads are in much better shape than Montreal's.

    As for the Marijuana, the true story why this clown wants it legalized before he goes home is the special inetersts he has with marijuana investors and plant owners. This is a sector that will bring to investors huge amounts of money and Trudeau wants to make sure that happens before he is out. All what young Canadians need is weed, already the debate is hot in Quebec and some MP are threatening to go to courts to stop Trudeau. It is very hard to control the Marijuana trading activities and consumption, much harder than alcohol. Employers want new regulations now to try to restrain the potential impact on their workforce. There are many and much more important issues that need to be dealt with before legalizing Marijuana, but when you have a kid running the show this is what you get. Poor Canada...
     
    CitizenOfTheRepublic

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    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....[...]
    You may want to re-check what Trump did to our deficit, compared to him Trudeau is a stingy scrooge.
     
    Isabella

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    Trust me between Trump and Trudeau, the former is far better.... At least Trump is not dragging Americans into billions of dollars deficits and wasting their tax money on useless stuffs.....

    And with Trudeau planning to legalize Marijuana, raising healthy children in Canada will become very difficult.... The Marijuana generation that this clown is creating will be completely turned off, uneducated or at best with minmal education, jobless and mostly on wellfare...
    Well so far, given the example of many states in the united states marijuana legalization had nothing but positive impacts all around! More serious studies regarding the drug were conducted and have shown that it is effective in treating depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and a slew of other mental illnesses... Not only that but also states that have legalised marijuana have shown a dicrease in "harder" drug usage, you know like heroine, crystal meth etc. The drugs that actually destroy lives! Heyde not to mention the additional taxes!

    Your personal opinion on the matter is irrelevant to the debate regarding legalising marijuana! What matters are the facts and the facts are unfortunately not on your side!

    Also never met a person from Zahle or the bekaa in general who has not tried to smoke a joint at least once :p and go figure Zahle is not a city made up of good for nothing uneducated individuals living on wellfare! Shocker i know!
     
    kmarthe

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    You may want to re-check what Trump did to our deficit, compared to him Trudeau is a stingy scrooge.
    Your country population is about ten times that of Canada, you have the first economy in the world and you have a much more proactivity society than Canada... So even if Trump or any other president behaves like our cute PM (an dI am not sure because Trump at least has a big experience in business comared to our apprenti PM who was a sport teachers) your country would be able to absorb the loss and recover quickly, this is not the case here and recovering from the terrible spending policy of Trudeau will take decades in Canada...
     
    kmarthe

    kmarthe

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    Well so far, given the example of many states in the united states marijuana legalization had nothing but positive impacts all around! More serious studies regarding the drug were conducted and have shown that it is effective in treating depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and a slew of other mental illnesses... Not only that but also states that have legalised marijuana have shown a dicrease in "harder" drug usage, you know like heroine, crystal meth etc. The drugs that actually destroy lives! Heyde not to mention the additional taxes!

    Your personal opinion on the matter is irrelevant to the debate regarding legalising marijuana! What matters are the fact and the fact are unfortunately not on your side!
    I never talked about the medical advantages that Marijuana may bring to patients in certain cases, the problem comes from the chaos that would govern its trade and commercialization. The provinces in Canada have a serious problem following Trudeau's fantasies because reality is something and his interest is something else.... We are up to many months of legal debates while our health system is bad, our taxes keep increasing and we are stuck in many other problems... Why don't you read what I wrote before defending the clown?!? :dead::dead:
     
    CitizenOfTheRepublic

    CitizenOfTheRepublic

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    Your country population is about ten times that of Canada, you have the first economy in the world and you have a much more proactivity society than Canada... So even if Trump or any other president behaves like our cute PM (an dI am not sure because Trump at least has a big experience in business comared to our apprenti PM who was a sport teachers) your country would be able to absorb the loss and recover quickly, this is not the case here and recovering from the terrible spending policy of Trudeau will take decades in Canada...
    Your apprenti becomes an even bigger scrooge when you normalize it in Debt to GDP... Told ya Kmarthe, enbesteh bel mastra yelleh 3endek, he may not be the best out there but compared to my imbecile in chief, he's doing ok...
     
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