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Not Everybody Thinks Like You, Justin Providing benefits not burdens Is Canada’s Net Neutrality in Danger? The confusion surrounding marijuana dispensaries—legal or illegal? Is it time for major tax reform?  What a $14 Minimum Wage Means for Canadians

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Not Everybody Thinks Like You, Justin

Not Everybody Thinks Like You, Justin

Pragmatism is a good principle to follow when looking at religion and charity. Like most things, decisions should be made by examining at the benefits versus the potential downsides.
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Providing benefits not burdens

Providing benefits not burdens

Why is the Canada Revenue Agency denying the Disability Tax Credit to those who need it most?
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Is Canada’s Net Neutrality in Danger?

Is Canada’s Net Neutrality in Danger?

Late last year, regulations protecting net neutrality in the U.S. were eliminated, causing a controversy to erupted in that country over the matter.
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The confusion surrounding marijuana dispensaries—legal or illegal?

The confusion surrounding marijuana dispensaries—legal or illegal?

Is that newly opened ‘medical’ marijuana shop down the street legitimate? The answer is a legal grey area depending on who you ask, and when you ask it by.

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Is it time for major tax reform?

Is it time for major tax reform?

On the same day that Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, clarified the federal government’s proposals to limit “income sprinkling” as a way for high income owners of private companies to reduce their taxes, the Senate Finance Committee released its report recommending that all his tax changes should be scrapped. 
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 What a $14 Minimum Wage Means for Canadians

What a $14 Minimum Wage Means for Canadians

The $2.40 rise in wages per hour at first seems quite beneficial to low income earners and their dependents. However, the rise may actually have negative effects on Canadians.
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