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The US gets most of it's Uranium from our mines. If they can't afford it, they're going to have a problem fueling their power plants.
Especially when they can't afford the electricity we are already supplying in massive amounts to the Northern US.
Originally posted by dingleberry77
America is about to go "pop". And there will be mess everywhere!
Why are we talking about Canada's leverage over the US and Vica Versa? We are One, including Mexico. this whole thing of the US not being able to buy from Canada, or Canada using its leverage to make demands is simply prepostrious, it is like telling one limb of your body it will suffer at the hand of the other, or something.
Are you feeling left out?
Do not worry, I am sure we can throw Australia into the mix. The more the merrier. We will just create some super massive bridge From NA to the Island so easy transportation right ....
Everyone who lives in the Western Hemisphere is an American.
The Canadian dollar closed daily trading above parity with the U.S. dollar Friday for first time since November 1976.
The Canadian currency closed at 100.52 US cents, gaining 0.66 of a cent. The U.S. dollar stood at 99.48 Canadian cents, down 0.66 of a cent.
Canadian car buyers have been the victims of an illegal plot by automakers to inflate the prices of cars in Canada and discourage cross-border car buying, according to a $2-billion class-action lawsuit.
Five years ago, when the Canadian dollar was worth 62 cents US, the cross-border price differential was reversed. Canadian car prices then were often thousands of dollars cheaper than U.S. prices, after the exchange rate was factored in.