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A Little C++ Game

I’m picking up C++ to add to the list of languages I’m familiar with. This is a little guessing game to start things in motion. 406 more words


Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger supports federal NDP's higher CPP plan

WINNIPEG – Manitoba NDP Premier Greg Selinger says he supports the federal party’s election promise to expand the Canada Pension Plan.

Current benefits are not high enough and should be doubled or more through slow and gradual increases, Selinger said. 100 more words


Weekend Conclusion (30/08/15)

It has been quite a week since I started this blog. The first day of DTB was Black Friday and the world economy has been in the news headlines all week. 462 more words

Day Trading

Remarkable Air Quality Improvements

The administration’s promotion of its Clean Power Plan (CPP) relies heavily, in addition to an over emphasis on disasters supposedly attributable to CO2 emissions, on the possible health benefits of the plan. 538 more words


Are Canadians saving enough for retirement?

By Sheryl Smolkin

Are Canadians saving enough for retirement? It depends who you ask.

A BMO survey conducted in early 2014 revealed that only 43% of Canadians planned to make RRSP contributions by the March 1st deadline, down from 50% the previous year. 587 more words


Canada - Increases in the compulsory CPP contribution rate were followed by decreases in the private savings research finds

In recent years, there has been a strong push to expand the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). Ontario has already set out a plan to create an additional mandatory provincial program mirroring the CPP called the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP), which is slated for implementation on January 1, 2017. 367 more words