A short & sweet blog post on an eye opening documentary. Living on One Dollar is a film and journey that follows our own experience living on $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. Visit Living On One Website & watch the documentary on Netflix Watch the Trailer Don’t forget to visit outContinue reading “LIVING ON ONE DOLLAR”
For the first time, Canadians will spend as much money fixing up old homes as building new ones The federal government isn’t the only one spending on construction projects of late, as Scotiabank said Wednesday that Canadians will spend a record $53 billion this year on home renovations. Read Full Article Here
A survey of ENR’s Top 600 Specialty Contractors this fall reveals significant price inflation for heavy equipment and commercial vehicles over the past five years. Some respondents attribute the change to higher costs associated with equipping diesel engines with the latest emission controls. Of the 519 responding firms, nearly 92% reported facing higher purchase pricesContinue reading “Inflation Hits Heavy Equipment Prices”
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Canada is ditching its manufacturing jobs and replacing them with jobs building condos. “Canada has brilliantly adopted the Chinese economic growth strategy — all real estate, all the time,” investment banker and Globe and Mail columnist Scott Barlow recently Tweeted. Read Full Article Here
As the price of crude oil plummets below $50/barrel, Montreal gas consumers all still paying the price. Have you ever wondered why Quebecers will NEVER get a ‘break’ on gas prices? A couple months back, we were stuck in a bad situation when prices sky rocketed to almost $1.50/litre. Now, that price of oil isContinue reading “Premium Price for Gas in Montreal… Regardless!”