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  • david
    October 20, 2013 - 13:39

    Milk here costs $9 a gallon, while Pepsi costs $2.50. You know who's happy about diary tariffs and subsidizing dairy farmers? Dentists.

  • Cashin Delaney
    October 19, 2013 - 18:03

    Oh my, pork bundle politics. If you only want plain cheese. You know, just a piece of hard cheese and enough tv to get sat nite 'ockey, the plain hard, working majority fare, then you must bundle it with dangerous, global free market agreements? The media must rally for the speciality channels, the farmers for the cheese. Who defends CETA and FIPA besides those who intend to prosper from it? What are we opening ourselves up to? The natural resource equivalent to slip and fall legal chicanery that allows closed door arbitration to award damage settlements to companies, paid for by Canadian Taxpayers, in restitution for not being permitted to damage the environment, or in spite of updating any legislation that hurts the well represented company. Canadian mining has a case going to go soon, a similar agreement is in place with Romania, a CA mining company wants to flatten a few mountains for a gold mine, people protesting. If the people win, the country gets sued. What if the mine was a dog, a goat, no way in hell to profit. What then. Oh my, almost like a fraud, a bluff. Like a muskrat falls, maybe the profit for the political engineers comes in the stoppage, not the operation. NALCOR will grow until it can't afford itself, then privatize, amid controversy, like the history of what is now Vale, in Brazil. NALCOR will privatize by 2020. This is my prediction.

  • Jerome
    October 18, 2013 - 09:43

    What about Fussells cream?