High cost of housing in Canada and the question is why, but I think I have part of the answer.
Not a day go by you don’t hear something about the high cost of housing in Canada. So what can be done about and what’s causing it. In Vancouver BC Canada it was always thought and rightfully so, that foreign entities were buying up Canadian real state at an alarming rate. And most well to do buyers not really caring what they pay. In buying that property for an over-inflated price “They just drove up the price of all the property around that area.” Click hear for moving to Canada link Continue reading
So as the Canadian Federal Election grows near, the political dirty tricks are starting to show their ugly faces. Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Liberal leader is going for his second term, and as dirty tricks would have it, some old supposedly discrimitory 20-year-old photos have come to light from an UNKNOWN SOURCE. It shows Justin Trudeau in his younger day posing in these photo’s that some people might think have a decimating tone to it and to some Canadian it’s not sitting well. The opposing parties are using these pictures and the media of Justin Trudeau to their full advantage and to totally discredit the PM in all ways politically possible. Continue reading
Curiosity and Oddities
The Least You Should Know Series is about collecting anything, but this post is about collecting something entirely different. It’s still a passion for many a collector, but it’s not your run of the mill type Royal Doulton Figurines, or Tiffany Lamps. Some of you would find collecting beautiful China a little on the boring side. That’s why in this post is for you, it’s about Curiosity and Oddities Collecting. Let’s say this subject matter is a little out of the normal realm of, piggy bank collecting.
Curiosity and Oddities Collecting is Odd.
The aircraft carrier “HMCS Bonaventure” from 1957 to 1970 and was the third and the last aircraft carrier to serve Canada. It was Initially laid down for England as “HMS Powerful “as part of the second batch of the Colossus class ships ordered during the Second World War. Construction on the vessel was suspended in May 1946 following the end of the Second World War, and the hull was laid up incomplete at a Belfast Northern Ireland shipyard.