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    Poll: When I went 2 weeks ago, the nurse had all the...

    When I went 2 weeks ago, the nurse had all the vaccines at her station. They are administering everything there.
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    Rand and Nancy partying it up eh?

    Rand and Nancy partying it up eh?
  3. Again, agreed. I think we are a bit pooched...

    Again, agreed. I think we are a bit pooched either way.
  4. Oh, I agree, they are independent. It's still not...

    Oh, I agree, they are independent. It's still not an easy decision to raise rates to control inflation when you know the impacts it could have on both government and general population.

    At the...
  5. It's not that they cannot raise rates, it's if...

    It's not that they cannot raise rates, it's if they do, we have a lot bigger problems than the values of our homes.
  6. Not yet.... The only tax implications could be...

    Not yet....

    The only tax implications could be the money you make investing the proceeds of the sale after.
  7. Yep, government can't afford the rate increase on...

    Yep, government can't afford the rate increase on all the new debt.

    Haven't you heard how you control inflation in modern monetary theory? You tax people more, so it's drives down demand. Doesn't...
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    Yeah the backyard was odd with the retaining wall...

    Yeah the backyard was odd with the retaining wall halfway up that fence.
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    It was for sale through the fall and delisted...

    It was for sale through the fall and delisted before Christmas. Guess there was a disagreement with the previous realtor. Sold in a few hours this time, to someone that looked at it last fall. Busy...
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    Poll: I was there this afternoon as well. Just over 1.5...

    I was there this afternoon as well. Just over 1.5 hours by the time I got out of there. I was confused when it was lined up down the block that this was the line for appointments. Then the maze of...
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    Poll: Coworker who had AZ last Friday said they felt...

    Coworker who had AZ last Friday said they felt like crap for 3 days. Standard cold and flu stuff.
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    Poll: Or the eldest millenials.

    Or the eldest millenials.
  13. Iron plates were typically $1.50-2.00 per lb and...

    Iron plates were typically $1.50-2.00 per lb and then it goes up if you want more accurate. Competition bumper plates are $4/lb or more. You can still get these prices if you are willing to wait. If...
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    Certainly it's also a measure of risk. Long term...

    Certainly it's also a measure of risk. Long term reward trade off in the public sector is job security. Private sector, depending on size and type of business is less likely to be so and is more...
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    Don't disagree. I wasn't in a union environment...

    Don't disagree. I wasn't in a union environment but it was a problem.

    The flip side of that, is that there is no incentive for doing a great job. The additional organization that was undertaken by...
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    Interestingly I would say the biggest source of...

    Interestingly I would say the biggest source of signatures and things like that came down to increased accountability, or at least that's what they all thought they were doing.
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    Honestly the biggest problem I see is the amount...

    Honestly the biggest problem I see is the amount of signatures that are needed in government, it leads to things being looked at less critically. When I was head of a department at a small...
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    Lots of stories of high oil consumption. Just...

    Lots of stories of high oil consumption. Just keep an eye on the oil level and should be fine. Lots of info out there on the interwebz.
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    The problem is that Nenshi is a loudmouth who has...

    The problem is that Nenshi is a loudmouth who has been a terrible chairman at council meetings. He has not worked to build consensus and he's part of the reason that this Council had to go to...
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    You're a funny guy. Federal NDP I think he has...

    You're a funny guy.

    Federal NDP I think he has more of a shot than the Liberals. Although either level of politics is a possibility with him.
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    This is exactly why that data is a red herring....

    This is exactly why that data is a red herring. It's the largest collection of population in a single data set.
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    I have seen some homes where a smaller secondary...

    I have seen some homes where a smaller secondary tank that you can wall mount is put in where the shower/kitchen is too far from the got water tank. Acts kind of like a booster. Takes the water from...
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    Auctions are not a reflection on reality in car...

    Auctions are not a reflection on reality in car pricing. Lots of people use it to set the market for vehicles they will stockpile.
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    Considering that mint/unused ITRs, S2000 are not...

    Considering that mint/unused ITRs, S2000 are not fetching that much right now I doubt it, especially considering it's not like they are not producing these in volume for several years. There have...
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    You can tweak all the data you want here. There...

    You can tweak all the data you want here. There were a range of homes sold in Collingwood and you could expand it as well. The interesting thing is if you look in the last 2 years the price per...
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    Listing and selling are two different things....

    Listing and selling are two different things. Again, stupid hot market this spring so that lot next door may sell for close to 600k, but it has an assessed value of bouncing around $500k +/- since...
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    That's cause it's assessed value is $650k. It's...

    That's cause it's assessed value is $650k. It's someone trying to take advantage of a hot market, can't blame them. I would say it's not worth what they are asking, but someone may pay it, just need...
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    I think the school theory is a red herring. It's...

    I think the school theory is a red herring. It's the largest gathering of a population into a single category. Meaning that old folks homes don't have all the old folks in them, whereas schools have...
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    https://www.calgary.ca/csps/parks/locations/future...

    https://www.calgary.ca/csps/parks/locations/future-school-sites.html

    City of Calgary lists all future sites. I don't believe that school is in the CBE capital plan. In the CSSD 5 year capital plan...
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    Hmm, I just pulled a report from last year from...

    Hmm, I just pulled a report from last year from Hydro Quebec

    https://www.hydroquebec.com/data/documents-donnees/pdf/comparison-electricity-prices.pdf

    It seems our rates are higher than most in...
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    I just came up for renewal. Rates are low 6 cent...

    I just came up for renewal. Rates are low 6 cent rate per kwh for fixed contracts depending on the length of term.
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    That is the dream. The other option I have seen...

    That is the dream. The other option I have seen is a paved alley and if you have a big enough yard put a garage door through to the back yard with a combined driveway/patio.

    On the topic of yards,...
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    Our kids are at St. Joseph and we like that...

    Our kids are at St. Joseph and we like that schools which is one of the reasons we are considering building in the north inner city. But we find in our immediate area they have a lack of kids to play...
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    The con we have found is to do with the lack of...

    The con we have found is to do with the lack of children or inconsistency of children in our neighbourhood in the inner city. We have been looking at communities further out so our children would...
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    GICs have never been at 25% in your or my...

    GICs have never been at 25% in your or my lifetime, if you mean the 80's when they were at 12-14% sure. In the 70's it was around 15%. If we want to talk history anyone under the age of 40 doesn't...
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    Assets, like land and businesses.

    Assets, like land and businesses.
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    I don't think MacKay needs to be leader to get...

    I don't think MacKay needs to be leader to get the seats. Everyone in the country wants influence. If you have someone that's high up in the party and guaranteed a cabinet seat then you see that as...
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    It's an interesting thing to study, rolling stops...

    It's an interesting thing to study, rolling stops become a lot more common in places where stop signs aren't really necessary, this is actually more dangerous for pedestrians cause they roll right...
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    Typically the only locations they should narrow...

    Typically the only locations they should narrow is at crosswalks, which is effectively taking away the parking lane at any intersection. This reduces pedestrian crossing distance, and therefore time...
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    Some of the best policies I have seen are traffic...

    Some of the best policies I have seen are traffic calming, basically where you have to petition over a perceived speed issue at which point the Municipality evaluates it and if there is deemed to be...
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