CASSH starts with Canada!

Wall Street is about to go gonzo again and you can ...

Blame Canada! Blame Canada!

With all our beady little eyes
And flapping heads so full of lies

Blame Canada! Blame Canada!

Time to form a full assault
It's all Canada's fault!

Yes, it's all our fault. Because of our strong risk aversion and sound fiscal and financial management policies (with the exception of any policy Harper wants to implement), we are emerging from the global financial crisis in a comparatively healthy state. We don't have a fiscal cliff, a systemic debt crisis, grossly unbalanced budgets or high levels of unemployment. We tend to make good policy decisions (with the aforementioned example) and, as per this recent article on CNN, we have hidden value.

And, like the other CASSH countries (Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, and Hong Kong), we're looking at a 3% increase in GDP in 2013, compared to the 2% expected in the United States and Japan and the 1% in the EuroZone. We're becoming the GDP leaders of the developed world! We're stealing your thunder! (That's right, you've been ThunderStruck.)

So what does this mean? For those of you South of the border, it's time to take a closer look at your northern neighbour for investments of all kinds. Need a new R&D lab? Put it here! (And maybe even save some tax dollars while you're at it. You can save Millions in taxes with SR&ED if you qualify, for example.) Need a new high tech manufacturing facility? Put it here! (And in addition to our productivity gains, take advantage of our highly educated workforce - our University completion rate is over 25%, meaning over 1/4th of the population between 25 and 64 has a degree.) Need a new corporate headquarters? Put it here! (Our banks won't go bankrupt and take your cash with them!)

And, again, you can:

Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
It seems that everything's gone wrong
Since Canada came along

Blame Canada!
Blame Canada!
We're not even a real country anyway

:-;

 

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