The Liberal’s self inflicted SNC Lavalin scandal just keeps on going and through it all we discover two politicians who are actually “doing politics differently.” The others…not so much.
Mike talks about the blatant fallacy of a “climate consensus” while Keystone’s Ryan Irvine, one of Canada’s foremost stock pickers gives us two new recommendations for capital gains. Plus a must listen-to shocking stat on the simple question that stopped young socialists in their tracks.
Government’s are trying to solve what is primarily a supply problem by going after demand. It’s obviously slowed market activity but that in turn discourages future building. Meanwhile the population continues to grow along with demand.
With Trudeau’s decision to boot Jody Wilson Raybould and Jane Philpott out of the Liberal caucus, does this mean Trudeau’s “Gender Balanced Party” is off?
Grandstanding politicians wanted to cool the real estate markets – starting with Vancouver. Well they got their wish. Activity hasn’t been this slow since 1986 – and the results are lower government revenue, reduced personal wealth, fewer jobs while tens of thousands of first time buyers are locked out of the market.
Leaving aside that it is against the law in the US and a violation of Human Rights in Canada – declaration of a double digit pay gap between men and women begs the question why would profit hungry firms ever hire a man?