The great Rex Murphy discusses Canadian politics and whether Canadians are justified in their boredom with it.
Host Harry Kreisler welcomes distinguished Canadian diplomat Allan Gotlieb to discuss the U.S.- Canadian relationship. After tracing the features of their strategic partnership during the Cold War, Gotlieb analyzes the changes in bilateral relations in the wake of 911 and the 2008 economic collapse. In the context of America’s focus
A very well spoken Cenk Uygur of the Young Turks explains the truth about the difference between Canadian banks and the American banks.
A fascinating documentary on the ever growing concern of Canadian debt and our rising dependency on other countries.
The disturbing, but very important, full documentary about the credit problem (and addiction) people have when using credit cards. And the immoral, but very much legal, habits by the credit card issuers to lure people in to use and become addicted to credit beyond their means. A must-see to become
Based on the amount of feedback I decided to post this older video from Global on the matter of “pot”. I didn’t realize it was so widespread in this country and its worth a discussion on whether it should be officially legalized for personal enjoyment.
With all the menace and crime in the United States due to their laxed gun controls here is your chance to get a better understanding of our policies and how they differ.
Al Rosen, the author of ‘Swindlers’ makes the case that Canada is worse than US when it comes to protecting investor rights.
Another wonderful animation by RSA Animate. This time discussing the current state and future of the educational system that can relate to anywhere in the world.
Although on first impression one may think the US market should be similar to Canada there are surprising and fascinating differences. In this video they explore the pros and cons of each country.