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Here's one way Canada and the U.S. have seriously diverged.
It's all gone too far, too fast, they say.
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"Kill the new condo market, kill the Ontario economy."
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“It will be incredibly tough to attract talented folks ... if they will struggle to buy a home and yet still pay taxes of over 50 per cent."
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"Toronto and any city that is remotely within commuting distance are overheating, and perhaps dangerously so."
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Years of a sliding Canadian dollar appear to have come to an end.
Australia's economy has just been ridiculously strong.
Welcome to the new normal.
"The government has the flexibility to provide fiscal stimulus to a Canadian economy that badly needs it."
With manufacturing and oil exports in the dumps, no one know what Canada's economy is about anymore.
The last quarter of 2015 may have seen no growth at all.
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