Canada’s global competitiveness needs overhaul – fast

Tariffs, Taxes and struggling enterprise hurt Canada’s Global Ranking July 24, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – 10 years after the ‘economic crisis’ and “recovery” Canada’s Global Ranking not even in the Top 10. Canada’s 2018 Global Economic competitiveness needs improvement The latest global competitiveness rankings from the World Economic Forum at the end of 2017

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Travel Tuesday – Gordie Howe Bridge will be just like Gordie – Punching those that try and cross him!

A metaphor of today’s times, An expensive new way for people to get into Canada faster – paid for by Canadians. July 15, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – Politicians on both sides of the border broke ground today on the new six-lane, Canadian-financed span over the Detroit River to provide connections in Windsor

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‘Species at Risk’ – Canada Court rules Gov’t can HALT private development to save ‘species at risk’

Court ruling sets a frightening precedent for the Economy Ottawa, July 10, 2018  –  Canada’s Federal Court decision to allow the federal government to protect the ‘western chorus frog’ on private land could restrict development projects across Canada in cases where species face extinction. This is the little amphibian at the heart of

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Oh Canada – Protesters hang from Vancouver Bridge to honour Flag Diversity

Flags of all colours being waved across Vancouver Bridge today! Vancouver, July 3, 2018  –  In Honour of Canada Day being extended into week long celebrations, many people have taken to Ironworker Memorial Bridge in Vancouver to show their support for Flags! Canada is not the first to celebrate Flag Diversity. Sheldon

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Rachel Notley skips Western Canada Premier Summit – Pipeline her “only” priority

Rachel Notley defended her decision today to skip Western Premiers’ summit, a conference held in the Northwest Territories –  to stay in Alberta and work on getting the Trans Mountain pipeline built. Notley was scheduled this week to meet with B.C.’s John Horgan, a key opposition to Kinder Morgan, along

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