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The Bank of England has imposed a permanent news blackout on its £50bn-plus plan to ease the credit crunch.........taxpayers will never know the names of the banks that have been supported through the special liquidity scheme
Originally posted by For(Home)Country
reply to post by CPYKOmega
Sorry to go off topic, but CPYK is right. For being so close to the boarder, I feel almost no effect of the America's receding economy. House prices are climbing, yes, but because of demand, not interest rates. The construction economy is hot, and food is much cheaper here compared to the US, except gas prices are high. Minimum wage is going of to 8.50 CAD starting April, which is like 8.45 American, which indicates a steady inflation. National Deficit is at an all time low, and our water and air is clean. All this, bundled with an extremely open immigration policy is perfect for you guys to come up here. If you find the right work, there is no shortage (service industry and most manufacturing industry).
-Oh, and you don't have to worry about a draft up here. Oh I wish for Canada to have a nuclear weapons program....