Canada’s Pacific coast.prince, Meghan and their 8-month-old son Archie were reportedly staying at at mansion on the island off
The couple, who were named the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day, are expected to spend most of their time in Canada while maintaining a home in England near Windsor Castle in an attempt to build a more peaceful life.
The couple spent the holiday season on the island, but it’s unclear where in Canada they will settle.
Harry’s grandmother, the queen, is technically head of state in Canada, a Commonwealth nation.
The country’s leading newspaper, The Globe and Mail, wrote in an editorial last week that senior royals were welcome to visit Canada but should not stay because a royal living in Canada does not accord with the longstanding nature of the relationship between Canada and Britain, and Canada and the Crown.
The paper said it would break an «unspoken constitutional taboo.» But The Globe and Mail published another editorial on Monday that said while a senior member of the Royal Family setting up shop in Canada «doesn’t accord with what Canada has become,» Harry is no longer a royal so the problem is solved.
Survey results released this morning from FP Canada have revealed that almost one in four Canadians said that talking about money made them uncomfortable.
FP Canada’s Discomfort Index, a Leger poll, surveyed 1,526 Canadians and asked them to rank their level of discomfort on a variety of topics and issues.
Lastly 23 per cent of Canadians said that talking about money and religion was taboo.
«Money was right up there with taboo subjects of sex, religion and politics. I think that it’s a very personal topic,» said Kelley Keehn personal finance educator and consumer advocate for FP Canada.
Only 12 per cent of Canadians said it was taboo.
With every political campaign comes the costing question: how will modest investments in daycare, housing and pharmacare be paid for when Canada struggles with debt and deficits? But the question that will not be asked is whether voters want to mortgage their grandchildren’s financial future for a project that will line the pockets of Irving Shipyards and the world’s largest war profiteer, Lockheed Martin.
Canada‘s warship boondoggles are at the root of the current political crisis swirling around the Liberals.
Canada‘s contractor: Unending corruption
For those wondering about the due diligence undertaken by the Canadian government in choosing a company to design Canada‘s $105-billion warships, it is quite instructive to peruse the readily available public information that Ottawa is quite happy to ignore in plowing ahead.
In their defence, Canada and Irving argued that the warship contract is exempt from normal trade laws because they have invoked a «national security exception» to keep the issue beyond the tribunal’s jurisdiction.
What happens next is entirely up to everyone who lives in this land known as Canada.
Singletons in Canada proved to be the most open to the notion, with 65 per cent of men and 59 per cent of women saying they have no qualms about ditching contraception.
Heading into 2018, this was an industry that, while gaining momentum, was still largely considered taboo.
But with the legalization of recreational pot in Canada and the passage of the Farm Bill in the U.S., legalizing hemp and hemp-based cannabidiol, that’s no longer the case.
It casts aside the notion that cannabis is a taboo industry once and for all.
Depending on how much capacity expansion Tilray undertakes, the 255,000 kilograms in peak annual output forecast by Aphria should slot it in as Canada‘s No.
With so many other growers generating buzz in Canada, HEXO was certainly an off-the-radar choice for Molson Coors.
Although most alternative cannabis products, such as infused beverages, aren’t yet legal in Canada, the expectation is that they will be by no later than this coming October.
TORONTO, May 27, 2019 — A new national survey by Credit Canada shows that while many Canadians avoid talking about their money and finances, uncomfortable health issues tops the list of topics Canadians least like to talk about.
«While every person’s financial situation is unique, these findings emphasize that talking about money is still considered taboo – somewhere in the middle between a surprise rash and elevator small talk,» said Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada.
Credit Canada also conducted a social media contest , probing Canadians on what they would rather talk about than their finances.
The money talk: debt and bankruptcy top the taboo list
Meanwhile, when asked which ONE money topic people least like talking about, personal debt and bankruptcy led by a huge margin with one-in-three declaring it taboo .
In an effort to help those with debt, the non-profit debt experts at Credit Canada have developed a Debt Assessment Quiz which aims to help users determine their best course of action.
Credit Canada is a not-for-profit credit counselling agency that provides free and confidential debt and credit counselling, personal debt management , debt consolidation and resolutions, as well as preventative counselling, educational seminars, and free tips and tools in the areas of budgeting, money management, and financial goal-setting.
The text of this article was generated by the Breaking The Silence system that collected 8 news articles posted on the web from January 2019 to September 2020 and clustered for the taboo subjects related to Canada