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How Trudeau is leading Canada to bankruptcy

Isabella

Isabella

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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:
I don't care about the clown I was specific in my answer! I just talked about marijuana and why legalising it is a good thing!

Also how in the world is the health system in Canada bad? It's one of the best in the world!
 
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  • kmarthe

    kmarthe

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    I don't care about the clown I was specific in my answer! I just talked about marijuana and why legalising it is a good thing!

    Also how in the world is the health system in Canada bad? It's one of the best in the world!
    One of the best in the world?!? Seriously?!?? Because for outsiders they think that health services are free so it is paradise... That is NOT the truth, because even though it is free your average waiting time to see a family doctor is between 3 and 6 months (and you can'T see a specialist before you get a referral from a family doctor), your waiting time in emergencies can go up to ten hours, and your mean time to have a surgery is at least 6 months unless you are about to die :) Please do your investigations about the health system in Canada and then mnehkeh ;)
     
    Isabella

    Isabella

    The queen of "Bazella"
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    One of the best in the world?!? Seriously?!?? Because for outsiders they think that health services are free so it is paradise... That is NOT the truth, because even though it is free your average waiting time to see a family doctor is between 3 and 6 months (and you can'T see a specialist before you get a referral from a family doctor), your waiting time in emergencies can go up to ten hours, and your mean time to have a surgery is at least 6 months unless you are about to die :) Please do your investigations about the health system in Canada and then mnehkeh ;)
    Canada was ranked second in the world in 2017 regarding healthcare! I did my research! You do yours!
     
    Isabella

    Isabella

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    I don't need research I live HERE!!!
    Yeah and apparently you have big issues with not paying an arm and a leg for treatment! Canadians' lives must suck that they don't have to be in debt in order to treat their cancers!

    Mighty Christian of you ;)
     
    kmarthe

    kmarthe

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    Yeah and apparently you have big issues with not paying an arm and a leg for treatment! Canadians' lives must suck that they don't have to be in debt in order to treat their cancers!

    Mighty Christian of you ;)
    I prefer to pay and get timely treatment, anyways I am paying LOTS of taxes!

    Canadians might not be in debt in order to treat cancer that's true because they might die before they undergo the required surgery and treatement. Do you have an idea how many Canadians to go to the US every year for medical treatment at their own expenses and debts?

    P.S. Leave Christianity out of this please!
     
    Isabella

    Isabella

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    I prefer to pay and get timely treatment, anyways I am paying LOTS of taxes!

    Canadians might not be in debt in order to treat cancer that's true because they might die before they undergo the required surgery and treatement. Do you have an idea how many Canadians to go to the US every year for medical treatment at their own expenses and debts?

    P.S. Leave Christianity out of this please!
    Hey I'll admit that was a cheap shot, however Christianity is a major contributor to the majority of your opinions I'm a bit shocked healthcare is not one of them lol!

    You don't realise how much of a blessing it is to have your medical expenses covered even if it means waiting for it! Besides, your government is trying and failing to reduce the wait times, but they are trying!
     
    kmarthe

    kmarthe

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    Hey I'll admit that was a cheap shot, however Christianity is a major contributor to the majority of your opinions I'm a bit shocked healthcare is not one of them lol!

    You don't realise how much of a blessing it is to have your medical expenses covered even if it means waiting for it! Besides, your government is trying and failing to reduce the wait times, but they are trying!
    How could you link my opinion on the failing Canadian healthcare system to my Christian beliefs is beyond me Iso :D Did I ever say I am against giving people care and saving their lives? Your reaction is typical of liberals and leftists in general, no offense meant Iso, but these dudes and dudettes tend to attack Christianity as a first reaction to anything, mich bi2idon ye3neh. Anyways, it does not matter.

    I am against the failed governance of this system and the horrible financial management that successive governments could not improve. You are only judging the quality of our healthcare system with the fact that we don't pay for services. First of all, everyone pays taxes and these taxes are supposed to go for healthcare expense, so it is NOT true that we have free healthcare but we pay indirectly for health services.

    Second and most importantly it is a VERY bad system because the delays patients have to live before seeing a doctor are unreasonable.
     
    Isabella

    Isabella

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    How could you link my opinion on the failing Canadian healthcare system to my Christian beliefs is beyond me Iso :D Did I ever say I am against giving people care and saving their lives? Your reaction is typical of liberals and leftists in general, no offense meant Iso, but these dudes and dudettes tend to attack Christianity as a first reaction to anything, mich bi2idon ye3neh. Anyways, it does not matter.
    It has been my experience in life that when people say no offense intended, the offense is usually more than intended! Although I was never under the impression that being called a liberal and a leftist is supposed to be offensive lol! As to why I made that remark, I already explained my reasoning and don't feel like rehashing it again lol! I need to point out that my remark was not intended as an attack on Christianity rather your view that free healthcare= bad which is irreconcilable with Christianity, so technically "my attack" was on your opinion not Christianity itself!

    I am against the failed governance of this system and the horrible financial management that successive governments could not improve. You are only judging the quality of our healthcare system with the fact that we don't pay for services. First of all, everyone pays taxes and these taxes are supposed to go for healthcare expense, so it is NOT true that we have free healthcare but we pay indirectly for health services.

    Second and most importantly it is a VERY bad system because the delays patients have to live before seeing a doctor are unreasonable.
    To be perfectly honest my knowledge on the Canadian healthcare is limited but it's better for a government to spend tax resources on healthcare rather than the military for example! Priorities should be healthcare, education, welfare and after that military and whatnot! So I don't think your tax dollars going to healthcare is a bad thing! Keep in mind I live in France and our healthcare system is also dirt cheap and subsidized by the government in most cases!

    I am judging the quality of your healthcare based on the fact everyone receives treatment no matter their social or economic situation as is the case in france! You may make good money today and are complaining about your taxes but you'll be thankful for this healthcare system once you need it, and you realise just how expensive everything is! Seriously cancer treatments especially radiology chemotherapy and surgery are expensive af! And would typically cost up to $100000 if not covered! No one has that money just lying around unless they're millionaires!

    I do agree that a 20 week average wait time is unreasonable however I don't think this applies in case the patient is having an emergency!
     
    gramsci

    gramsci

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    I prefer to pay and get timely treatment, anyways I am paying LOTS of taxes!

    Canadians might not be in debt in order to treat cancer that's true because they might die before they undergo the required surgery and treatement. Do you have an idea how many Canadians to go to the US every year for medical treatment at their own expenses and debts?

    P.S. Leave Christianity out of this please!
    u mean wealthy canadian go to us for health treatment ..low income canadian have only the pubblic health
    meanwhile low income american go to cuba to health treatment ..
    u like the law of market even on health ?
     
    Danny Z

    Danny Z

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    I prefer to pay and get timely treatment, anyways I am paying LOTS of taxes!

    Canadians might not be in debt in order to treat cancer that's true because they might die before they undergo the required surgery and treatement. Do you have an idea how many Canadians to go to the US every year for medical treatment at their own expenses and debts?

    P.S. Leave Christianity out of this please!
    kmarthe for cancer treatment you get quick and very personalized service, it is especially fast and effective. Of course if you break a finger you wait 10 hours to see a doctor, if you go for a flu in the flu season they might even refuse you. If you still want to pay you can go to the USA, if you don't want to pay taxes and pay in the US you can live in the US and work there, or go to Dubai or some other country where you don't pay a lot of taxes and pay for health services, but government provided health in Canada is part of what Canada is. Tommy Douglas who introduced Canada universal Heatlhcare is named as the Greatest Canadian, so just like winters, Hockey, and Curling, Healthcare is a Canadian value, it is a way of life and is part of being Canadian
     
    gramsci

    gramsci

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    Canada is a pseudo social democratic liberal country..closer to scandinavian model ,or most european ( except uk) than to anglosaxon ultra capitalist one.. U guys choose the wromg country where to emigrate.. U should have stayed in lebanon
     
    !Aoune32

    !Aoune32

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    How could you link my opinion on the failing Canadian healthcare system to my Christian beliefs is beyond me Iso :D Did I ever say I am against giving people care and saving their lives? Your reaction is typical of liberals and leftists in general, no offense meant Iso, but these dudes and dudettes tend to attack Christianity as a first reaction to anything, mich bi2idon ye3neh. Anyways, it does not matter.

    I am against the failed governance of this system and the horrible financial management that successive governments could not improve. You are only judging the quality of our healthcare system with the fact that we don't pay for services. First of all, everyone pays taxes and these taxes are supposed to go for healthcare expense, so it is NOT true that we have free healthcare but we pay indirectly for health services.

    Second and most importantly it is a VERY bad system because the delays patients have to live before seeing a doctor are unreasonable.
    friend it not failing it is like this all of the world. In Australia it has the same model system and I agree with you. For the amount of taxes you pay the health care here eventhough it is Universal it is sh**. If you want to go Private it would cost you an arm and a leg. It costs approx $5000 for medium cover for a family of 4 + you still need to pay your medicare levy. Your levy depends on how much you earn a year. They take 2% of it for medicare. It is a disgraceful system and really appalling compared to Lebanon which is a third world country.
     
    Indie

    Indie

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    Anyone defending the Liberals' economic policies should look into what Wynne did in Ontario. People are really mad. Some can't afford their hydro bill anymore and it's going to get worse.

    They are indebting people for the next decades just so they can look good and show a balanced budget.

    Ontario government obscuring true cost of hydro bill cuts: Auditor general

    Meanwhile, Ontario schools are having serious problems with math performance, and administrators have decided to re-create the curriculum...with social justice as the main focus of education. No...it's not a joke.

    Your new school curriculum: social justice for all
     
    !Aoune32

    !Aoune32

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    Anyone defending the Liberals' economic policies should look into what Wynne did in Ontario. People are really mad. Some can't afford their hydro bill anymore and it's going to get worse.

    They are indebting people for the next decades just so they can look good and show a balanced budget.

    Ontario government obscuring true cost of hydro bill cuts: Auditor general

    Meanwhile, Ontario schools are having serious problems with Math performance, and administrators have decided to re-create the curriculum...with social justice as the main focus of education. No...it's not a joke.

    Your new school curriculum: social justice for all
    In Australia debt has become the norm just for one to pay his electricity bills. It is not as easy to live as it was before. You need to earn big $$ and there is no way one can do it by himself with a family if his wife/partner didn't work also.
    Then if she works there is another headache, childcare!
     
    Elvis left the building

    Elvis left the building

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    i dont know much about economics

    but neither does trudeau

    what's important most to me tho is replacing mankind with peoplekind

    and man with cuck

    and hot women with ugly dykes with their signature problematic glasses

    weed too, weed is important to me

    that's why i would encourage everybody to vote trudeau

    the world can't have enough of people like him, true handsome inbred morons of the highest feminist caliber
     
    LEBANESE-CIA

    LEBANESE-CIA

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    Brace for canadians when u got a clown PM.
    What a failure is this trudeau with small t .




    February 14, 2018Prime Minister Trudeau’s Bad Balance Sheets are Bad News for Canada
    Prime Minister Trudeau’s Bad Balance Sheets

    A balance sheet is a snapshot of what’s owned and what’s owed. The snapshot can be applied to consumers, governments and the private sector. I think most of us understand the concept.
    But should we care about the health of Canada’s balance sheets?
    If consumers, governments and the private sector load up on debt during the good times, then they struggle to repay those debts when the economy takes a turn for the worse.
    Forecasters have done a poor job in estimating when collapses will actually occur, but they will occur and make no mistake about it, there will be economic and social consequences, including a further proliferation of user fees.
    We will then have to decide what we can and cannot afford, and also accept a lower standard of living with higher unemployment as the marketplace forces us to take steps to strengthen our balance sheets.
    Having a strong balance sheet, on the other hand, is the key to surviving a downturn. Strong balance sheets go hand and hand with the sustainability of social programs and safety nets.
    So how are we doing?
    Canada’s debt and deficit
    Combined federal and provincial net debt nearly doubled from $833 billion in 2007/08 to a projected $1.4 trillion in 2016/17. This combined debt equals 67.5% of the Canadian economy or $37,476 for every man, woman, and child living in Canada.
    Canadian governments (including local governments) collectively spent $62.8 billion on interest payments in 2015/16. That works out to 8.1% of total government revenue that year and $1,752 for each Canadian. The total amount spent on interest payments is approximately equal to Canada’s total spending on public primary and secondary education ($63.9 billion, as of 2013/14, the last year for which we have finalized data).
    This is a far cry from the Prime Minister’s election campaign vow to balance the public books before the end of his government’s four-year mandate — a pledge that was central to the Liberal election platform.
    While the PM is not responsible for the finances of every province and municipality, his government is setting the pace.
    Simply put, we are over leveraged.
    Household, personal debt levels in Canada
    The OECD reports Canada’s household debt-to-GDP ratio had ballooned to 101 percent — significantly higher than any of the 35 developed and developing countries the OECD monitors.
    The rapid accumulation of household debt for Canadians leaves our economy particularly vulnerable to shocks. Even a modest increase in interest rates will leave many Canadians in trouble.
    The Private Sector
    There’s a misconception that companies are cash rich while, in fact, they are actually drowning in debt.
    In June 2017 the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) reported corporate debt increased $671 billion the past six years.
    Canada now leads advanced economies in private-debt accumulation, which is one of the best predictors of economic crises, according to CCPA economist David Macdonald, the author of the Report.
    A few strong companies do hold cash but debt is ballooning at other, weaker businesses, as investors rush to lend them debt-based investment capital.
    These investors could face losses, perhaps significant losses, if economic growth falters. The broader economy is also vulnerable because companies with more debt have to cut back whenever downturns hit.
    Economic Warnings
    The government is leading us into a high risk dynamic in which we are a small fish in a big interconnected pond with significant branch plant ownership. Planned Liberal tax and regulatory changes will weaken balance sheets, putting us out of sync with major trading partners, especially the U.S.
    As Canada changes risk to reward ratios downward, investment capital and talent pools will decide to go elsewhere or choose not take on the risk of starting and growing businesses in Canada.
    As a case in point, the federal government is now advancing tax policy changes that adversely affect the small business community’s ability to grow and prosper. Insights into these negative changes are outlined in a new statement entitled, ” Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness reacts to the federal government’s revised tax proposals.”
    In January, 2018, Ontario increased its minimum wage an unprecedented 20 percent. This was followed by the loss in January of 59,000 part time jobs in Ontario. Across the Nation 137,000 part time jobs vanished, the biggest job decline in 9 years.
    Also in January, the Bank of Canada increased the central bank rate by another quarter percent, the third increase since last summer. The Bank’s Governor, Stephen Poloz noted some economic warning signs, including uncertainty over the NAFTA Trade deal and that trade-policy uncertainty is expected to reduce investment by two percent over the next two years while in the past 16 months new foreign investment in Canada has fallen.
    Canada’s Balance Sheet has been in decline for the past six months according to the Bank of Canada and the Bank warns that it is likely to continue to fall.
    Faced with these realities, we need a Prime Minister who is focused on strengthening, as opposed to weakening, Canada’s balance sheets.
    John Reid, Pres. & CEO, CATAAlliance, Canada’s One Voice for Innovation lobby group
     
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