Government-Added Encumbrances: Toronto I and Glasgow Change
government-added encumbrances: The latest example of this is LG, which is to open an artificial intelligence lab in Toronto, according to The Chronicle Herald. I am pretty sure that work could just as easily be performed in Nova Scotia and all of their employees could afford a house here, and in most cases, go home for lunch. Vancouver and Toronto continue to appeal to new businesses despite the fact that most of their employees won't be able to buy a home and will most probably have at least a half-hour commute. Our politicians have to get the word out to potential clients and sell them on our advantages, after eliminating government-added encumbrances. Ron Young, New Glasgow Change, but only in small doses Think of a place with all the things you need and want. Maybe a committee should be set up for this very reason. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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