A perhaps startling, but perfectly heartening piece of pro-Canada
propaganda err, news from Bloomberg:
According to data from Environics Analytics WealthScapes published in the Globe and Mail, the net worth of the average Canadian household in 2011 was $363,202, while the average American household’s net worth was $319,970.
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A short animated film by Franke James asks what Harper’s really afraid of. I think this is just one possible answer of many, and it certainly doesn’t help either our country or our planet.
Am I a radical too, then, for posting this?
But that doesn’t mean the end of the pipeline, or Canada’s tar sands.
The U.S. government has denied an application by TransCanada to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the State Department announced Wednesday.
A statement released by the department said it doesn’t preclude TransCanada applying again with a different route.
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said the government hopes a new TransCanada application will be approved, but Canada is going to look to other markets to sell its oil.
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