So this was Joe Louis against Max Schmeling. It was Jesse Owens running in the 1936 Olympics right in front of Hitler. A battle between fascism and democracy itself. Without some education in child development, how are parents to know what expectations are reasonable? I have many parents fully expecting children less than a year old to be ready for potty training. They don think eight year olds should be testing boundaries. Even physical abusers are often not malicious, just overwhelmed and without perceived options for behavior management..
To be perfectly honest, my mindset is from the era of the “Leave It To Beaver” television show. Ward Cleaver went to work in the family’s one car (that was paid for in cash by the way) to make the family income and June stayed home most of the time making sure their domicile was as perfect as possible for her loyal Ward the love of her life and the one she would spend her life with. There was no talk of “You need to take me out to have lots of exciting fun or I’m going out dancing with my friends.” There was no talk of “I don’t know what happened.
Prices for food purchased at the province eateries rose 1.9 per cent in January from a month earlier, Statistics Canada reported Friday from Ottawa. That coincides with legislative changes that saw the minimum wage increase more than 20 per cent at the start of this year to $14 an hour.Sorry, Ontarians. Wynne’s wage hike is going to penalize you allOntario minimum wage hike off to rocky start as employers slash hours, benefits to compensateLawrence Solomon: Who’s helping more people, Kathleen Wynne or Trump? (Hint: it’s not Wynne)The price jump was the biggest since January 1991, when then Prime Minister Brian Mulroney introduced a federal goods and services tax, which drove Ontario restaurant prices up 7.2 per cent, the biggest one month gain on record.Rising restaurant costs in January were part of a broader trend, with total inflation rising 0.9 per cent in Ontario and 0.7 per cent nationally.you were to think that was the result of Ontario minimum wage, you be correct, Robert Kavcic, a senior economist with BMO Capital Markets, wrote in a note.Kavcic called the rise in the cost of eating out in Ontario entirely predictable response.
For instance, pharmaceutical companies are big winners. Their expanded patent monopolies will cost everyone else billions. Nike is a winner because new investor protections will apply to its operations in Vietnam, where Nike already exploits the lowest cost labor they could find on earth.