The house horny vote

Sep 15 17:09 2019 Print This Article

They weren’t expecting Trudeau to do that.

So when T2 announced the share-equity mortgage program – in place for a mere 10 days – would be wildly inflated, it hit the Tories hard. As politics, it was brilliant. As complex, impractical and bizarre as it is to share your mortgage with the federal government, the plan nonetheless fit into a Tweet. “Too many people are finding it tough to afford their first home,” Mr. Socks said on Twitter in the very first campaign announcement. “We’re going to do something about it.”

https://twitter.com/JustinTrudeau/status/1172336029941948418

Suddenly houses worth up to $800,000 qualified for a downpayment stuffed with tax dollars – but only in those cities were prices are bizarre. Turns out they’re also regions (Van, the LM, 416 and 905) where Liberals need lots and lots and lots of ballots. Moreover, the Trudeau team is out to suck up the entire Millennial vote. Give ‘em weed, then get ‘em a house.

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Greater Fool

Author, Garth Turner has been a member of the Canadian Parliamant for nine years, serving as Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister (in charge of Canada Revenue Agency), national leadership contender (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada), House of Commons Standing Committee member and chairman (Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Finance), Special Advisor to the Leader of the Official Opposition. He is a member of the Privy Council of Canada. In addition, Garth is an ambitious entrepreneur – founder and CEO of Canada’s largest independent producer of network television, providing programming to CTV, Global, YTV and others. He founded and successfully operated chain of six community newspapers in Ontario as well as founded and operated eco-tourism and hospitality company aggregating and restoring heritage properties.

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