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Re: “F U, I got mine. Oh, shit! I'm broke!

Between 40 and 45% tax is what the average Canadian pays out of every dollar they earn. From the payroll tax to the tax on every "other" item they purchase (less a few exemptions).
If your not a professional, it is very hard to survive in Nova Scotia- The only way most (not all) average people can make enough money to get the basics of life in the Atlantic Provinces is to work in the underground economy, break the law or move to where their is a demand for honest hard working folk.
Kudos' for the smart ones who were able to get a piece of the pie. What they do with it is not others concern, most of us have mismanaged money at one point or another. Part of the learning tree. Their will always be complainers- thus this column.
Give people a reason to stay!

Every body seems to be missing the point? The excuse seems to be that we have too small a population to sustain enough tax moneys for the base infrastructure to maintain our, schools, hospitals, roads, parks, old, black, indigenous, white, purples etc.
- Who does the math and where the duck is our money going? Convention centers, road construction, bluenose 2. Our decision makers are allowing big corporations and private companies use our tax dollars for their interest -not ours. Who elected these guys? Who examines the investment of our tax dollars- I see millions of Dollars going to the wrong places? Why are we lending Banks money? Irving? Forgivable loans - pulp mills, Ferries? Invest in sustainable business only- The money can be put to job creation in other markets - perhaps tourism , do we still have that industry or has it gone the way of the film industry.

IF WE PUT OUR MONEY IN THE RIGHT PLACES- OUR SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, ROADS AND OTHER PUBLIC FACILITIES WOULD BE In GOOD SHAPE. THEIR WOULD BE LESS MONEY TO THE BIG CORPERATIONS AND MORE FOR THE AVERAGE , HARD WORKING PERSONs. OUR NEIGHBOURS COULD AFFORD HOMES AND GROCERIES - THEY WOULD STAY PUT!

As with developed nations the cost of everything is going up. Power, Water, Cable. I am in the service industry as a trades man, I visit the homes of these vested managers, owners operators. The money is here. The money is in Nova Scotia. It is unbelievable the wealth in our area. The distribution of wealth is the problem, the unions are the problem. The union leaders, politicians and the corporation owners cry poormouth to the general public then rush off to their third or forth trip down south to vacation. I've never seen so many poor rich people. Remember that the next time you hear one of these persons cry about rate hike due to the price of whatever or the Canadian dollar.
Until they fix this, it will continue to be survival of the smartest- Its a pretty sad day when a person can not get ahead by working hard and honest. Broken is the word of the day.
If it takes moving away to put a roof over your head then so be it. Welcome home!

Halifax boasts having the 6th total amount of "the smartest people in Canada" Anybody know where they are?
As for me, grade 10 , give me some slack please

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Posted by Right Energy Plumbing Heating on 03/07/2016 at 6:38 PM

Re: “Halifax Water should stop poisoning us

I am a local plumbing contractor who does allot of work on water quality in our area. I cannot weigh in on the fluoride issue, however I can verify that the majority of the city does have very unhealthy lead deposits in the tap water . This is due to an abundance of lead service lines. These lines are the responsibility of Halifax water for some of the main distribution lines are still lead AND the private homeowner who still has a lead service line bringing water into the home.
This to me is more concerning?

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Posted by Right Energy Plumbing Heating on 11/16/2015 at 5:51 AM

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