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Thought Police: Canadian Activist Lauren Southern Gets BANNED From The UK For Life

Lauren Southern, a Canadian activist, received a ban from the United Kingdom for life because she conducted a social experiment that irritated Muslims. Apparently, you’re no longer allowed to have your own opinions – they must conform to the government approved opinions. This just more evidence that there is an all-out global assault on liberty and […]

Global Recession? The Canadian Economy Shrinks At The Fastest Pace Since The Last Financial Crisis

Things have not been this bad for the Canadian economy since the last global recession.  During the second quarter of 2016, Canada’s GDP contracted at a 1.6 percent annualized rate.  That was the worst number in seven years, and it was even worse than most analysts were projecting.  This comes at a time when bad […]

Welcome To Hell: The Giant Fort McMurray Fire Is The Worst Blaze In Canadian History

The gigantic wildfire that has forced the evacuation of the entire city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta has been nicknamed “the Beast“, and mainstream news reports are telling us that it is now approximately 25 percent larger than New York City.  88,000 people have already been forced out of their homes, at least 1,600 […]

Last day for penny distribution from Canadian Mint / By Sonia Aslam and Dave White / February 3, 2013 8:15 am VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Say good-bye to the penny! As of tomorrow the Mint will no longer be distributing the small, copper coins. The very first penny to be used in Canada was struck in 1858 but they were made in England. […]

Canadian Storage Cost Tax Deductibility / by Andrew Hoffman / September 25, 2012 I was set to write an entirely different RANT topic; but just before I started, I was sent an extremely exciting email from Miles Franklin’s tax attorneys.  In it, I learned the costs of holding metal in our Canadian storage facility are TAX DEDUCTIBLE – per […]


The screen recording of my talk to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives on the Debt Bubble and its implications for Canada. I cover my Minskian analysis of the Depression in general, and conclude with data on the Canadian economy. The mortgage acceleration data in particular implies that the Canadian house price bubble–which is not […]

The El and Al Show (Ellis Martin and Al Korelin)

In this interview, Ellis Martin joins Al Korelin for the Korelin Economic Report El and Al scratch their shiny heads together in the hopes of making sense out of coming market trends in precious metals. They share thoughts, not necessarily their own on the future of perhaps half of the junior Canadian mining companies […]

PAUL/ROMNEY & Silver in Canadian Dollars

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