Mississauga mayor thinks another stay-at-home order is on the way for Ontario

harrylee

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Because it doesn't matter.
 

mentalfloss

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Conservatives have a habit of employing the same cycle of ignore and insult, which guarantees them a seat at the kiddie table.
 

bob the dog

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Debt is something that should be feared. Especially government debt to foreign countries.
No credit limit is the problem and they are all happy to give a hand to a friend in need.

Canada needs to start cutting back on so called services that mostly service themselves which is just about everything that they do.

20% across the board would not even be missed. Minimizing expenses would be another good move imo.
 

petros

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No credit limit is the problem and they are all happy to give a hand to a friend in need.

Canada needs to start cutting back on so called services that mostly service themselves which is just about everything that they do.

20% across the board would not even be missed. Minimizing expenses would be another good move imo.
Expenses like building operationing and maintenance costs?

In other words "work from home" and AI?

That would save quite the hefty chunk.
 

mentalfloss

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Sounds like a liberal. Do you take a cash advance on one credit card to pay the minimum on another one? That is what our government debt amounts to.

No, that is what the US government amounts to when it gives tax cuts to corporations that produce very little revenue.

They're doing just fine with their Trumpillian dollar debt.


Let's take a trip through history lane and find out how the poster child for deficits and debt is doing..


Greece enjoys a high standard of living and very high Human Development Index, being ranked 32nd in the world in 2019.[11]
Economy of Greece - Wikipedia



 
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bob the dog

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Expenses like building operationing and maintenance costs?

In other words "work from home" and AI?

That would save quite the hefty chunk.
The savings in travel expense to Ottawa alone would be significant. Will never happen though as that is the cushy part of the job.

Probably 1500 or so working in travel.

Been a long time since I've seen anything from the Canadian Taxpayer Federation. Possibly they are working from home as well.
 
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taxslave

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No, that is what the US government amounts to when it gives tax cuts to corporations that produce very little revenue.

They're doing just fine with their Trumpillian dollar debt.


Let's take a trip through history lane and find out how the poster child for deficits and debt is doing..


Greece enjoys a high standard of living and very high Human Development Index, being ranked 32nd in the world in 2019.[11]
Economy of Greece - Wikipedia



Corporations do not pay taxes. They just bury the cost in the retail price of their product or service and the consumers pay. With money they already paid taxes on.
Greece is bankrupt and only stays afloat with massive cash injections from the EU.