Zip Zagger
Zip Zagger 14 сағат бұрын
People in Western countries are all experiencing similar problems. It's really bad in Australia, the UK, and Ireland. Why is this? What is the common factor. It's called wokism and affirmative discrimination. It's also due to the pandering to unproductive nutjob minority groups such as LBGTQ and Climate Change whackos. These are the common factors in all Western countries that are causing the problems. The population increase from immigration to Australia is also a huge problem regarding the lack of housing.
Olivia Johnson
Olivia Johnson 14 сағат бұрын
0:00: 📈 Ireland's economy has transformed from a third world country to having the fourth largest GDP per capita in the world. 2:22: 💡 Ireland's small size and lack of resources made it difficult for the country to industrialize, leading to little economic or industrial growth compared to other European countries. 4:49: 💰 Ireland's sweeping economic reforms in the late 1980s and 1990s led to the Celtic Tiger period, with consistent high growth rates and increased income levels. 7:22: 💰 Ireland's corporate tax rate attracted multinational corporations, leading to significant economic growth. 9:50: 🍀 Ireland's GDP was artificially inflated by Apple, leading to the creation of a new economic metric called modified GNI. Recap by Tammy AI
Zip Zagger
Zip Zagger 14 сағат бұрын
This is the DIRECT legacy of rabid feminism and the wokism it spawned.
Joseph B
Joseph B 15 сағат бұрын
You have to an absolute smooth brain genius to immigrate to canada now
Dutch Rebel
Dutch Rebel 15 сағат бұрын
Pretty much the Netherlands but in a larger package.
Zr_3 15 сағат бұрын
As a Canadian, my rent went from 700$ a month 8 years ago to nearly 1600$ a month now, and we're worried we might have to start paying for utilities on top of thag. God help us
bernado felix
bernado felix 16 сағат бұрын
Every day we encounter novel challenges that have become the new standard. Although we previously perceived it as a crisis, we now acknowledge it as the new normal and must adapt accordingly. Given the current economic difficulties that the country is experiencing in 2023, how can we enhance our earnings during this period of adjustment? I cannot let my $680,000 savings vanish after putting in so much effort to accumulate them.
mac Clinton
mac Clinton 16 сағат бұрын
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charlotte pauline
charlotte pauline 16 сағат бұрын
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leon albert
leon albert 16 сағат бұрын
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charlotte pauline
charlotte pauline 16 сағат бұрын
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Harvey Mark
Harvey Mark 16 сағат бұрын
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OneTwoThr33 16 сағат бұрын
If it's anything like Australia, part of the problem is big financial institutions buying up all the land zoned for residencies they can, and then slowly drip feeding it back onto the market at top dollar. the bubble isn't an accident. Not to mention hundreds of thousands of homes standing empty. Or no slow up of immigration despite there already being not enough places affordable for people here already.
Krusly 16 сағат бұрын
OneTwoThr33 16 сағат бұрын
Sounds like Australia... I wonder why? What do Canada and Australia have in common?
jon LABAN 16 сағат бұрын
I recommend the book Chip War by Chris Miller
OneTwoThr33 16 сағат бұрын
If only "conservatives" didn't also serve the same narrow set of people; oligarchs.
Zhang Mike
Zhang Mike 16 сағат бұрын
Though being immigrator myself, I have to admit it's a bad policy for majority of the citizen.
KAT me
KAT me 16 сағат бұрын
Time for a better government
Franklin Hammond
Franklin Hammond 16 сағат бұрын
0:00: 🚢 China dominates world trade except for shipping, where Greece is the true superpower. 2:23: 🚢 Greece's geographical position and historical connections have made it a major maritime and trading nation, particularly in the shipping industry. 4:58: 💰 Greek investment in China's shipping industry helped facilitate China's growth as a trading superpower, but the tables turned during the 2008 global financial crisis. 7:22: 🇨🇳 China aims to make the Port of Piraeus the largest port in Europe through significant investments and avoiding layoffs during the crisis. 9:56: 🚢 China's dominance in shipping industry could lead to global market control. Recap by Tammy AI
ninjabunny 17 сағат бұрын
Opposition to Trudeau should hold rallies by the road on the AMERICAN side of the border to symbolize ”Im holding the rally where my voters can afford to be”
Heart Of Darkness
Heart Of Darkness 17 сағат бұрын
Canada is currently ranked the 13th happiest country in the world, out of 195. That's pretty damn good by any rational standard.. But if you're a froth-at-the-mouth right-wing crank you must froth regardless of facts,
Rob FJ
Rob FJ 17 сағат бұрын
You've used two distant suburban locations and older somwhat 'tired' buildings a fair distance from London, UK as comparables to a brand new building in the downtown core of Toronto. Not exactly comparing apples to apples, are we? If you compare like to like, you will quickly find that real estate in Canada is still cheaper or, at worst, comparable to every other G20 nation. Regarding the housing shortage; when projects like the Mississauga project you mentioned get shot down, that's not government. That's people who live there telling their government "no thank you." It may not help the housing crisis but it's the will of the public. Don't blame the political system for doing what we tell them to do. Admittedly, food prices have gone up a fair bit in the last few years but that and all the other issues you raise are international issues right now. There's a war going on in the bread basket of Eastern Europe in case no one's noticed. So, of course, grocery chains will gouge us. Interest rates are not high. Your generation has had virtually free money for the last decade because it was the only way the world economies could extract themselves from the financial fiasco caused by fraudulent behaviour in the US banking system which lead to the collapse of 2008-09. Interest rates aren't yet anywhere near historical averages. This, too, is an international problem. Certainly not confined to Canada. If housing is too expensive, why are people still buying? Obvious;y not too expensive for a great many. Our government does not control the cost of housing in a free market. Want prices to ease? Stop buying a thing and the price drops to what the market will bear. All these issues were alive and well in the late 1950s when municipalities across Canada started building affordable housing projects for the first time because the economy of post-war Canada was booming. Then, in the 1970s, the economy went the other way due to the energy crisis (which was actually a US/Middle East foreign policy crisis) and house prices came down and levelled off. Throughout this period, mortgage rates averaged around 6-8% incidentally. By 1980, average mortgage rates were closer to 12% and, over the course of the next 4 years, unstable global economics caused a spike to as high as 22-24% causing a collapse in the housing market and prices dropping by 20-25%. By 1988, mortgage rates were back down to around 10% and remained in that general vicinity until the turn of the millennium. House prices rose through that decade as a result of "cheaper" (by comparison) money and a shortage of available housing. It's also through 80s and 90s that Toronto really began to evolve into a city of condo towers which, in the early years, gave first time home buyers a way into the housing market. It's worth noting that the classic 2 bedroom condo design that splits the bedrooms/bathrooms to opposite sides of a unit first appeared in the 80s because few could afford their first home on their own. The idea of a unit that could be shared came in to being as a popular layout. Everything that's happening now is just a re-tread that every other generation lived through. Some of us has seen it enough times to know that the sky is only falling if you haven't done your homework.
General Granger
General Granger 18 сағат бұрын
Canada is the whole country version of go woke go broke
MrBlair56 18 сағат бұрын
Born in Canada and not scared to use a real profile pic. This is trash. I don't think people living where mass shootings are normal and the cops act like an army should be commenting on us. Anyways, keep rage baiting for clicks because you this shit isn't worth anymore than a few seconds of my time.
Cat Funt
Cat Funt 19 сағат бұрын
Such a good video
Houze Fan
Houze Fan 19 сағат бұрын
I came to Canada in 2014 and I got a bachelor degree and worked for 2 years. The cost of living is 2-3 times than when I first came here. Fun fact, I got full marks on my English test and I still can not get my immigration. Ten years ago, it was easy for me to get immigration with education, work experience and good English/French when government was only accepting 200k new immigration per year. Now the new immigration is 500k per year and I can not get it, who the hell is getting Canadian immigrations?
Tiberiansam 20 сағат бұрын
Being from Québec, I can say that Canada really took a nosedive since 2020... In our province too, living is less and less affordable while the housing and rent prices exploded everywhere in the province.... Worst part is, our provincial prime minister is denying that there's even a housing/rent crisis... ...I really miss the 90s...
Brandon Jablasone
Brandon Jablasone 20 сағат бұрын
Sound like a better America
eric Anderson
eric Anderson 20 сағат бұрын
well when we have a prime minister that Klaus Schwuab himself brags about being his best global leader we clearly have a very real issue lol
Niamh Timmins
Niamh Timmins 21 сағат бұрын
The USA is not a high immigrating country...at all
Niamh Timmins
Niamh Timmins 21 сағат бұрын
The Carbon tax is reveue neutral because the $ is given back to tax payers. The less carbon you buy and burn the better off you are. So your argument is mute and misleading.
The Angry Chef
The Angry Chef 21 сағат бұрын
The New World Order has sunk its teeth in to Canada and it's a test platform for the United States. Oh yea, that "population explosion" you spoke about? It's what is called a soft invasion. Just ask European Countries like Sweden about it. These immigrants will displace your culture and population all while your government calls you racist if you object.
Medeli World
Medeli World 21 сағат бұрын
​ @jannetteberends8730 Macau and Hong Kong were European colonies.
Abdulhadi 21 сағат бұрын
I moved to canada when I was 10 and we only moved here for peace and to live nicely and never worry about dying, or a war. but since now canada is taking a big darastic turn, I dont know what will happen next to me and my family
James K
James K 21 сағат бұрын
Seems like Canada is becoming more like California
Chronically Chill
Chronically Chill 22 сағат бұрын
Well, Canadians voted for him. Here he is in action.
Angel Mattos
Angel Mattos 22 сағат бұрын
You will own nothing, and you will be happy. This isn’t by accident, it’s being done on purpose by giant corporations and corrupt politicians.
Thorin 23 сағат бұрын
housing crisis in canada? ok, they are not as big a monaco, or as resource rich as luxemburg, so they have some trouble, but maybe they could squeeze a few more house in.
Riyad Alnazli
Riyad Alnazli 23 сағат бұрын
Trudeau destroyed Canada Ironically someone like Erdogan took Turkeye from trash to one of the highest flourished coutries in the world in just 20 years and they do not even have half the Unlimited Canadian resources, just gives you an idea how bureaucratic the system is and how idiotic are our leaders
beayn 23 сағат бұрын
Filmed on a potato.
CaseNumber00 23 сағат бұрын
All the Dystopian things happening in Canada is happening in the US as well and much of Europe. It's not just Canada, its everywhere. Something is causing this to happening on a global scale and it doesnt seem to be individual country's polices.
Lunden Games
Lunden Games 23 сағат бұрын
Can you tell something Canada minimal month salary?
Gavin Күн бұрын
thank ur local liberal
TheDigitalPanther Күн бұрын
This is all planned. Similar things are happening in other major countries like the US and in Europe. Globalists are attempting to collapse the world economy to institute one world government.
MissRaccoon3 Күн бұрын
Well done!!! Amazing
MissRaccoon3 Күн бұрын
Well done!!! Amazing
Cool Crafter
Cool Crafter Күн бұрын
As a Canadian, when’s Trudeaus gone it’s all going to be over with the chaos. if Trudeau doesn’t resign we need the royal family to do something
francois lajeunesse
francois lajeunesse Күн бұрын
James Күн бұрын
We are destroyed. BiPOC hate wasps. History has been rewritten. The police are not enforcing the law the same for wasps as non wasps, nor are the courts, nor are the ministers. We have a state of injustice that requires the liberal application of capital punishment to rectify. SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS!
David Sundquist
David Sundquist Күн бұрын
Truedough has destroyed Canada like Bidumb the USA
Tom Күн бұрын
Born and raised in Canada and left for good earlier this year. But not because of real estate but because of Trudeau.
Playing With Fire
Playing With Fire Күн бұрын
from a family of 5 kids, I'm the only sibling that owns a home. All the rest are renting, and losing each months payout.
Lyn Charles
Lyn Charles Күн бұрын
The result of emotional voters and most people being too socially cowardly to get involved or even discuss politics