When you get a job in the United States, you can be the boss of your store
The best part about being an American is that, at least on paper, you have to be able to make the money to buy a cup of coffee and eat dinner at home.
It’s a pretty awesome life in the US, and while it’s no guarantee you’ll be rich, it does mean you can buy a house and buy a car and live your dream life.
In Canada, however, there are some things that are far harder than the American dream.
“In the United Kingdom, you’re the boss, but not the boss,” says Jason T. Lee, director of the Center for Business Research at the University of Manitoba.
“There’s this whole concept of the family, and that’s the concept that you have the right to control everything.
That doesn’t exist in Canada.
So you’re not the guy who gets to buy the groceries and who has the right of visitation with the children, who has to make sure the car is serviced and that the kids are fed.
And so that’s a different thing.
And you have no right to do anything that might affect the profitability of your company, which is why the government has to take action to control what can and can’t be done in the workplace.”
And so the whole idea of having a family is so out of reach here.
It just makes no sense.
“The Canadian government has been doing a great job of managing the financial impact of the Great Recession.
Its economic recovery has been so impressive that the government recently released a report estimating that by 2020, Canada will be on track to have the highest per capita GDP in the G7.
And while that sounds great, there’s one thing missing: a family.
“The government has this wonderful system of deductions and credits and things like that, but the basic income is the most important part. “
The federal tax system is so fragmented that there’s really no tax for families,” Lee says.
“The government has this wonderful system of deductions and credits and things like that, but the basic income is the most important part.
So it’s the tax that we have to get in order to keep this whole thing going.”
Canada’s provincial governments have been able to take advantage of the federal tax break to provide a guaranteed income for families, but Lee says they’re just not doing it very often.
“It’s a little bit of a gamble,” he says.
The government has created a family assistance program, known as the Universal Child Care Benefit, which provides a $3,000 annual payment for parents of children ages three to six, plus a $1,000 payment for a spouse and $500 payment for an unmarried child under 18.
That’s the amount of money available to families, plus $1 a week for expenses, but there are a few caveats.
First, the benefits are not indexed to inflation.
Second, it’s not clear how much money will be available over time.
And third, the program is currently only available to Canadians, and not to Canadians living in the U.S. and other countries.
In other words, Canada’s universal child care benefit has only been in effect for about a decade.
“So it’s very small,” Lee explains.
“I mean, it could be a big deal.
But the reality is, it is very small.
It doesn’t seem like it’s going to have much of a real impact on the overall economic recovery.
So, it would have to have very high social cost of carbon.
It would have the potential to affect a lot of things, like the ability to pay your child’s school fees.
So we don’t really know if that’s going