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In an election year, Canadians are suddenly very worried about the economy

At the start of this federal election year, Canadians have gone back to feeling pessimistic about both the state of the economy and their own financial situations. It’s a reversion to a gloomier outlook that took hold way back in the 2008-09 recession, after many Canadians seemed to have shaken off that sense of unease around the start of 2018.

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Maxime Bernier Challenges Left-lean CBC to Ask Justin Trudeau if He Still Believes in a “World Parliament”

In the interview, the CBC female reporter acts as if the evidences of “Liberal’s support of the UN’s One World Government” are just Maxime Bernier’s facts, while it’s supposed to be the media’s job to already know and be reporting on these facts.

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Canada’s Trudeau Shows Class-Warfare Tax Hikes Do Not Produce More Revenue

The nation’s current top politician, Justin Trudeau (a.k.a., Prime Minister Zoolander), increased the top tax rate from 29 percent to 33 percent after taking office in late 2015.

It appears, though, that he wasn’t aware of a concept known as the Laffer Curve (or, like some folks on the left, maybe he simply didn’t care).

In the real world, however, it turns out that increasing tax rates is not the same as increasing tax revenue.

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Ottawa hosted confidential talks with North Korea on de-nuclearization

CBC News has confirmed that in late September, a five-person delegation from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) arrived in Ottawa for a series of meetings with Canadian bureaucrats.

Would’t you love to know the Nork’s assessment of Team Trudeau?

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Canada to admit nearly 1 million immigrants over next 3 years

Canada will welcome nearly one million immigrants over the next three years, according to the multi-year strategy tabled by the Liberal government today in what it calls “the most ambitious immigration levels in recent history.”

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Canadian politics in 2018: The year in 12 chapters

Of the dozen countries Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited overseas in 2018, how many can you name? What, only India? Odd that nobody seems to recall his jaunts to Peru or Argentina, Latvia or Papua New Guinea. Yet quite a few of us can fake our way through the entire “Twelve Days of Christmas.” Memory is a funny thing.

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Finance Department predicts federal budget will be balanced by 2040

A balanced federal budget won’t land until at least 2040 — five years earlier than the government predicted last year — if there aren’t any major economic shocks or new government spending the federal Finance Department says in a new report.

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Senior woman manhandled by Trudeau’s security guards files lawsuit claiming $95K in compensation

Diane Blain, the woman who was roughly handled by Justin Trudeau’s security guards in Sabrevois, Quebec for questioning his migration policy is suing the Prime Minister for $95,000.

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‘Domestic realities,’ not #WelcomeToCanada tweet, to blame for migrants ‘fleeing’ U.S.: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it’s not his controversial #WelcomeToCanada tweet driving the thousands of migrants “fleeing” the United States.

Instead, it is the current political situation south of the border that’s to blame.

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