February 11, 2016

Hundreds more job cuts in Alberta: For the NDP, everything's going according to plan

Rebel Staff
 

More terrible news for Albertans — and that means, for Canada.

Husky Energy has cut 500 another jobs. That’s on top of 1,400 jobs it cut last fall. Suncor and Cenovus have announced big job cuts, too.

It’s a disaster: about 100,000 jobs lost all together, in the past year, and every one of those jobs is a family that is now in trouble paying its mortgage and putting food on the table.

But who cares? Not Alberta's NDP.

They want Alberta to “transition” off of fossil fuels, anyway.

We know that because they've said so for years.

And the worst is yet to come. Notley’s carbon tax will wring out billions of dollars from already hurting families, and add costs to companies barely hanging on.

But in NDP-land, things are just great: 100,000 private sector jobs were lost last year -- but 47,000 new government jobs were created in Alberta at the same time. Unionized, public sector jobs. The NDP’s friends are getting rich.

So to Notley's NDP, everything’s going according to plan. More unions, less free market. More government workers, fewer oil workers. Mission accomplished...


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commented 2016-02-13 07:43:09 -0500
Well the brainiacs in the Alberta , Ontario and now Federal governments should read this release from Carrier , manufacturer of HVAC (furnace and air conditioning) systems.

“This move is intended to address the challenges we continue to face in a rapidly changing HVAC industry, with the continued migration of the HVAC industry to Mexico, including our suppliers and competitors, and ongoing cost and pricing pressures driven, in part, by new regulatory requirements, Relocating our operations to a region where we have existing infrastructure and a strong supplier base will allow us to operate more cost effectively so that we can continue to produce high-quality HVAC products that are competitively positioned while continuing to meet customer needs.”
They just canned 1400 jobs in Indianapolis. Sure you probably are saying what does that have to do with job losses in Alberta.Well it is obvious that our present paradigm of highly unionized ,costly production facilities and endless government interventions and regulations in Canada and America make us uncompetitive. The NDP in ALberta are destroying the oil industry and jobs , a combination of commoditiies , manufacturing and distribution jobs gonzo. Ontario is totally uncompetitive now in manufacturing , even with our dollar tanking. Auto industry , the pride of the fleet so to speak in Ontario. BZZZT , moved to Mexico .
It just ain’t a pretty picture , but it looks ok on CBC and CTV and the Toronto Star. Everything is rosey fine and our Prime Minister is so handsome , glib , intelligent and thoughtful. What a load of CRRRRAP, crap with a Scottish trill.
This country is in deep doo doo .
commented 2016-02-12 16:31:39 -0500
Here is a set of polices that will help Alberta and Canada and revolutionize the worlds business and put the focus on building business and off of playing a house of cards game in the stock market.

A Huge Economic solution to inflation, cost of living and how to expand/focus business.

Having money and being able to lend it to get interest does not produce product, but creates inflation. A lot of money earned is not actually earned, its interest or inflated costs of something.
If someone was not permitted to Lend money. What would they do with money they earned doing business?

Gov’t gave permission for Banks to loan, and to some degree create money and then make profit. That profit is Inflationary and affects the cost of living. Peoples Home Mortgages are loans against a known tangible asset that is not a business. I think the Gov’t should take over any such activity, and get banks out of the lending to single occupancy home owners.
By taking away the stationary business of financing a home from Lenders, They will have no choice but to focus on Business.
Secondly, a Non-profit Bank run by Gov’t that has mortgage specialist who assess risk, who are paid a base salary, have penalties for bad loans, and reasonable bonuses for good work, a clear set of rules etc. would then take out all the Inflationary profit that is not helping the economy to grow.
Third, people could still go to private banks if they do not qualify for a mortgage and try, Or could go to create a business to flip houses, or could go for other loans, but the basic base of the cost of living would drop for regular home owners, CMHC really would be rolled into regular mortgages and not charged making it even easier for people to get into a mortgage, lowering the need for Rentals.

Rentals are a sin against our nation. A great deal for those who have money can own two or more homes, and then rents them out. The rent pays for the mortgage, and really, the owner doesn’t pay for the house or the land tax or the hydro, the renter does, but in the end they do not own what they paid for because of a signature. Saying Tough luck is not good Economics, because that person ends up with no pension, no savings and the other person who did not work who did own that home, receives a reward for less work. Making it easier to get more people into homes, making the cost of doing that less, will leave more money, more cream on the top for tax. Tax that is not handed over to a lender, or a Landlord but goes to the state. The Default of a Mortgage is not a risky thing when you get the house back. There is far less “risk” than what we see as reality. What they mean is, for their use of money it has stalled to give them interest on their cash. If the Gov’t owns the mortgage, it really does not have to worry about that. They lend out of thin air anyways. A house can go up for sale, and that person can go down the road, and rent a house. Or better yet. The Gov’t can “rent” the house to own, as a stage of default, and deal with the real issue which is the ability to pay. And of course the next step for dead beat welfare types who have no intention to pay, an eviction that will put them on a course of failure till they start paying bills. Rental unites will still be available and those owners will deal harshly with those who pay a couple months and then don’t pay. This is all happening already, the difference is, Far to many should be in a owned home, and everyone is paying for the profit of banks needlessly.

Re-focusing Earned Cash into a market of Business, and stopping waste in the Private sector created by Gov’t will bust the economy out of the gates.

Another inflationary action in the stock market is frequent trading. The basic concept is to give someone with money the privilege of investing in another persons business, not to play a shell game. Gov’t could also give loans to business and cut out those middle men and people with money could only spend money on business they own, and spend it on product they want to buy. And buying and selling like a used Car dealership over and over would be a waste of time. IF that sort of trading was taxed. Buying into business is different than trading. Frequent Trading should be taxed. Its waste, just like waste in Gov’t its waste in a structure we created.

Next, Money Trading. The whole Idea that money is worth more and that we have an exchange rate is more of a accounting thing than a business thing. Trade deficits and surpluses are the nature of the beast and efforts to balance them should be a concern for the Gov’t. But benefiting on the ability to shift money back and forth playing with this rate fluctuation is not Good business. Its not really business and should either be taxed out of profitability or removed. The whole idea of Derivatives is inflationary and a type of Gov’t waste.

Other economic measures.
The Operation of the BOC is based on rules that the Gov’t has made. The Bank does not own the Country, our assets are products of our Physical work. Its job is to assist in the money supply for example, trading paper, something that seems to me an unneeded step. But besides that. Lowering the base interest rate is just one way to sop up liquidity but its really useless with mortgages that are fixed. It takes years for a rate change to effect the money on main st. Instead, we should seek other similar measures that can moderate the fluctuation of our economy. For example.
Raise the GST when there is over 2% inflation. Lower it when inflation is under 1%.
Use Oil Royalties, to skim profits when there is a Bull market by raising rates and Lowering the Royalty rates when the economy goes into recession and or the oil price is at dangerously low levels, because Oil has such a wide arching almost liquidity affect on the economy like actual cash does.
When skimming extra money in good times, put it against the national debt as a way to remove that money from the economy and reduce the debt load to Canadians again, getting rid of inflationary interest.
When people cant make significant money from lending, they will have to make money by working a business and creating product. That will force competition and a higher standard of living. The Markets have to stop being about trading to create wealth but running business to create wealth.

The Problem isn’t Rich people, the solution is not taxing the rich, while taxes should be progressive, doing business should not be seen as a crime. It when there is actually no business being done by a inflationary system that ends up transferring wealth without producing product. That is the main problem. Just simply taxing the top will cause a re Jig of the economy to make the people buying product pay for it. The problem is deeper. Gov’t created the system they can fix it. or it can be more of the same with a different label on it.

A thought about having personal mortgages held by a non-profit Gov’t mortgage bank. the Rules don’t have to be predatory. Instead of suggesting risk of those who make less but do make payments by jacking up their interest rate, and Lowering the interest rate for those with more money, leaving the rate the same, so everyone pays the same for lent money would be a step in the right direction.

Second. If the BOC uses a prime rate as a inflation busting tool, why wouldn’t all mortgages be subject and flexible, so that when inflation is high the mortgage you pay goes up but the interest rate stays the same. The result is, money goes out of the economy toward your debt, but the rate you pay for that borrowed money stays the same. And if you could not handle the rate increase, a phone call to avoid a default could be made, and the regular payment would apply if there is good reason for it. Otherwise, the small raise of everyone’s mortgage payment would have a much stronger effect on the money supply without eating peoples wealth. Now why was it that we have to pay interest on money generally, when we own the country, and the Bank. Are we not lending to ourselves. Why cant we just pay for our houses? If an interest rate is needed, lets keep it simple at 1% and then have a inflation deduction separate possibly .25% or .5% or whatever that goes toward our debt. Then if after a 2 year period that general rate is wrong, and needs to go up. maybe then a .25% raise would happen to everyone. or a .125% raise. I think that would help reduce inflation by having the same terms for everyone.
commented 2016-02-12 16:31:38 -0500
Here is a set of polices that will help Alberta and Canada and revolutionize the worlds business and put the focus on building business and off of playing a house of cards game in the stock market.

A Huge Economic solution to inflation, cost of living and how to expand/focus business.

Having money and being able to lend it to get interest does not produce product, but creates inflation. A lot of money earned is not actually earned, its interest or inflated costs of something.
If someone was not permitted to Lend money. What would they do with money they earned doing business?

Gov’t gave permission for Banks to loan, and to some degree create money and then make profit. That profit is Inflationary and affects the cost of living. Peoples Home Mortgages are loans against a known tangible asset that is not a business. I think the Gov’t should take over any such activity, and get banks out of the lending to single occupancy home owners.
By taking away the stationary business of financing a home from Lenders, They will have no choice but to focus on Business.
Secondly, a Non-profit Bank run by Gov’t that has mortgage specialist who assess risk, who are paid a base salary, have penalties for bad loans, and reasonable bonuses for good work, a clear set of rules etc. would then take out all the Inflationary profit that is not helping the economy to grow.
Third, people could still go to private banks if they do not qualify for a mortgage and try, Or could go to create a business to flip houses, or could go for other loans, but the basic base of the cost of living would drop for regular home owners, CMHC really would be rolled into regular mortgages and not charged making it even easier for people to get into a mortgage, lowering the need for Rentals.

Rentals are a sin against our nation. A great deal for those who have money can own two or more homes, and then rents them out. The rent pays for the mortgage, and really, the owner doesn’t pay for the house or the land tax or the hydro, the renter does, but in the end they do not own what they paid for because of a signature. Saying Tough luck is not good Economics, because that person ends up with no pension, no savings and the other person who did not work who did own that home, receives a reward for less work. Making it easier to get more people into homes, making the cost of doing that less, will leave more money, more cream on the top for tax. Tax that is not handed over to a lender, or a Landlord but goes to the state. The Default of a Mortgage is not a risky thing when you get the house back. There is far less “risk” than what we see as reality. What they mean is, for their use of money it has stalled to give them interest on their cash. If the Gov’t owns the mortgage, it really does not have to worry about that. They lend out of thin air anyways. A house can go up for sale, and that person can go down the road, and rent a house. Or better yet. The Gov’t can “rent” the house to own, as a stage of default, and deal with the real issue which is the ability to pay. And of course the next step for dead beat welfare types who have no intention to pay, an eviction that will put them on a course of failure till they start paying bills. Rental unites will still be available and those owners will deal harshly with those who pay a couple months and then don’t pay. This is all happening already, the difference is, Far to many should be in a owned home, and everyone is paying for the profit of banks needlessly.

Re-focusing Earned Cash into a market of Business, and stopping waste in the Private sector created by Gov’t will bust the economy out of the gates.

Another inflationary action in the stock market is frequent trading. The basic concept is to give someone with money the privilege of investing in another persons business, not to play a shell game. Gov’t could also give loans to business and cut out those middle men and people with money could only spend money on business they own, and spend it on product they want to buy. And buying and selling like a used Car dealership over and over would be a waste of time. IF that sort of trading was taxed. Buying into business is different than trading. Frequent Trading should be taxed. Its waste, just like waste in Gov’t its waste in a structure we created.

Next, Money Trading. The whole Idea that money is worth more and that we have an exchange rate is more of a accounting thing than a business thing. Trade deficits and surpluses are the nature of the beast and efforts to balance them should be a concern for the Gov’t. But benefiting on the ability to shift money back and forth playing with this rate fluctuation is not Good business. Its not really business and should either be taxed out of profitability or removed. The whole idea of Derivatives is inflationary and a type of Gov’t waste.

Other economic measures.
The Operation of the BOC is based on rules that the Gov’t has made. The Bank does not own the Country, our assets are products of our Physical work. Its job is to assist in the money supply for example, trading paper, something that seems to me an unneeded step. But besides that. Lowering the base interest rate is just one way to sop up liquidity but its really useless with mortgages that are fixed. It takes years for a rate change to effect the money on main st. Instead, we should seek other similar measures that can moderate the fluctuation of our economy. For example.
Raise the GST when there is over 2% inflation. Lower it when inflation is under 1%.
Use Oil Royalties, to skim profits when there is a Bull market by raising rates and Lowering the Royalty rates when the economy goes into recession and or the oil price is at dangerously low levels, because Oil has such a wide arching almost liquidity affect on the economy like actual cash does.
When skimming extra money in good times, put it against the national debt as a way to remove that money from the economy and reduce the debt load to Canadians again, getting rid of inflationary interest.
When people cant make significant money from lending, they will have to make money by working a business and creating product. That will force competition and a higher standard of living. The Markets have to stop being about trading to create wealth but running business to create wealth.

The Problem isn’t Rich people, the solution is not taxing the rich, while taxes should be progressive, doing business should not be seen as a crime. It when there is actually no business being done by a inflationary system that ends up transferring wealth without producing product. That is the main problem. Just simply taxing the top will cause a re Jig of the economy to make the people buying product pay for it. The problem is deeper. Gov’t created the system they can fix it. or it can be more of the same with a different label on it.

A thought about having personal mortgages held by a non-profit Gov’t mortgage bank. the Rules don’t have to be predatory. Instead of suggesting risk of those who make less but do make payments by jacking up their interest rate, and Lowering the interest rate for those with more money, leaving the rate the same, so everyone pays the same for lent money would be a step in the right direction.

Second. If the BOC uses a prime rate as a inflation busting tool, why wouldn’t all mortgages be subject and flexible, so that when inflation is high the mortgage you pay goes up but the interest rate stays the same. The result is, money goes out of the economy toward your debt, but the rate you pay for that borrowed money stays the same. And if you could not handle the rate increase, a phone call to avoid a default could be made, and the regular payment would apply if there is good reason for it. Otherwise, the small raise of everyone’s mortgage payment would have a much stronger effect on the money supply without eating peoples wealth. Now why was it that we have to pay interest on money generally, when we own the country, and the Bank. Are we not lending to ourselves. Why cant we just pay for our houses? If an interest rate is needed, lets keep it simple at 1% and then have a inflation deduction separate possibly .25% or .5% or whatever that goes toward our debt. Then if after a 2 year period that general rate is wrong, and needs to go up. maybe then a .25% raise would happen to everyone. or a .125% raise. I think that would help reduce inflation by having the same terms for everyone.
commented 2016-02-12 14:57:49 -0500
I think Andrew is listening to a BS report from CBC, which predicts job losses, of course Andrew can’t read properly. And he fails to realize CBC is usually full of it.
commented 2016-02-12 14:55:54 -0500
Andrew meanwhile the left blames Alberta for Ontario being turned to garbage, but now that oil prices are down and the dollar is way down Ontario is still in the toilet. You lefties sure hate it when your little vendettas are proven wrong once again.
commented 2016-02-12 14:32:43 -0500
Deborah said, “I too like the metric system, but I have to admit that I still convert kilometer’s to miles in my head!”

Yea, me too. ;o)
commented 2016-02-12 14:00:27 -0500
Corbin Lund……Gettin down on the mountain……youtube it. This should be Alberta’so anthem.
commented 2016-02-12 13:54:15 -0500
I see the leftist progressive fucktards are regurgiting their retoric here again. Such cowards, can’t even use their real names. Only cowards post anonymously. Clowns.!!
commented 2016-02-12 13:54:08 -0500
Ontario is doing all it can to kill jobs and drive business and investment away, just Alberta. Now I hear that Mexico the US and Canada have signed some agreement to double down the stupidity of the green energy scam.

Let’s see if this warms you up. On Wednesday, Ontario’s Auditor-General announced that, between 2006 and 2014, thanks to incompetence and mismanagement on the part of the province’s Liberal government, Ontarians overpaid for electricity to the tune of $37-billion. And over the next 18 years, consumers will be overpaying to the tune of another $133-billion.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/editorials/ontarios-liberals-have-completely-broken-the-electricity-system/article27571292/
commented 2016-02-12 12:57:10 -0500
Every time I turn on my TV there is some Liberal talking absolute nonsense. Today it was Jim Karr saying that now, with the price of oil at its lowest, is the best time to make “transformational change” with respect to the environment. The transformation that I see under the Liberal plan is Canada transforming itself from a prosperous to a poor country.

So the Liberal Plan is to go massively into debt to finance green technology and at this “opportune time” to place more restrictions and taxes on oil and gas. Why kill the goose that lays the golden eggs when you need money for green projects? It makes more sense to pump up the oil and gas industries so they create the wealth needed to move the country to the green economy. Exploit it don’t kill it.

It seems to me the best time to take risks is when you are flush with cash from royalty payments. It is foolish in the extreme to gamble with borrowed money, because if you lose social programs and pensions are put at unnecessary risk. Only a fool would do that, eh?
commented 2016-02-12 12:01:36 -0500
what floors me is, Environmentalists, crying bloody murder, don’t come with solutions, just a tax. No regulation to filter this or use this other chemical, or how to put something back properly etc. Nothing, not a solution in sight. Just Tax. And as they fly out of sight in their jet in the night, they say, merry Christmas to us and to themselves a good night.
commented 2016-02-12 12:01:36 -0500
what floors me is, Environmentalists, crying bloody murder, don’t come with solutions, just a tax. No regulation to filter this or use this other chemical, or how to put something back properly etc. Nothing, not a solution in sight. Just Tax. And as they fly out of sight in their jet in the night, they say, merry Christmas to us and to themselves a good night.
commented 2016-02-12 11:44:25 -0500
While I agree with Ezra that Canada was a true beacon of prosperity and peace after WWII I would temper that statement by urging people to look at Canada in 10 year increments starting in 1950 to today. What you will discover is a steady decline in that prosperity and peace, largely purposely inflicted by divisive weak politicians that sought to exacerbate division in the country for the sake of political gain. 50 years ago this sort of political stupidity could be absorbed and recovered from. We do not have that luxury in today’s world. The world we live in today is awash in violence and economic chaos. Canada is no longer a refuge from the ills of the world, the ills of the world are here. At such a precarious time when Canada needs national unity, sound leadership and economic prudence, we now have a federal government, aided and abetted by provincial governments, whose actions can ONLY be seen as divisive for Canada and that are implementing policies that can ONLY lead to economic disaster………….welcome to hell indeed
commented 2016-02-12 11:42:46 -0500
I too like the metric system, but I have to admit that I still convert kilometer’s to miles in my head!
commented 2016-02-12 11:41:18 -0500
The oil industry IS going down the drain. However in 2014 58% of world’s oils supply is controlled by 10 companies. We know they all set the prices at the pumps, if there is oversupply they have more say than any nation and can cut back. So whattup with that, they more than the dreaded NDP are responsible for this. Question is WHY?
commented 2016-02-12 11:19:08 -0500
Yes, the history of the world is that the strong conquer the weak, kill them and take their territory and possessions. A good example is the mass migration of Western Europeans to North America. With their superior weapons and military the natives were overcome and rendered impotent.

History, of course, will repeat itself. Today China and Russia are developing massive militaries and will eventually put them to use against us. While we Canadians maintain a marginal military capability, undersized and poorly equipped, hoping the USA will protect us. Either way we will be stripped of our possessions and dominated by the USA, China or Russia. Perhaps our fate will be decided by a treaty amongst the three in which Canada is divided among them.

Isn’t this what happened here a few hundred years ago?
commented 2016-02-12 11:06:11 -0500
One thing I would like to know, who the hell in Alberta voted for the NDP in the first place!
The REAL problem with Canada at this point is there is a blur between the Liberals and the NDP. That is why you have Notley sucking the wiener of Trudeau and vice-versa. After all most NDP have no clue what sex they are.
Do people actually understand the history of the NDP? If you study the history of totalitarian progressive movements the word DEMOCRAT is a RED FLAG for ultra Socialism and COMMUNISM. That goes right back to Lenin. So does the USING of Unions as political power pushers. That was also Lenin, Trotsky and the boys. The difference is, in Canada they have a FREE, CAPITALIST system to fall back on. REMEMBER that COMMUNISM does not traditionally support the concept of UNIONS. Their ploy was to use Unions to gain total power. You will note in the Soviet Union that once totalitarian COMMUNISM reared it’s ugly head, they also turned on the Unions seizing total control. If the NDP and Liberals had their way, they would do the same thing. However, because they still profit from Capitalism and steal money from that source to power their brainwashing and totalitarian ways, they continue to use the Unions. After all, like Lenin and the boy’s confessed, once you control the minds of the worker, you control the nation. Let’s remember that Unions also CONTROL our educational system.

So who were the morons in Alberta that thought this was a good idea. THAT is what I would like to know. NO Conservative corruption is as bad. I mean the biggest Harper scandal was Duffy. 94,000$ which was paid back. Yet TRUDEAU blew that on one Nanny. Crickets from the media. OH, that was another plan of the Communists. CONTROL OF THE MEDIA.

So why, in CANADA, do we have an NDP, Liberals, Communist Party, Green Party and only ONE Conservative party!!!!!!!!! Even with mergers, there should still be ANOTHER party with a brain. If anything to simply do what the REBEL is doing. We need another vocal source to cut through the CRAP!
commented 2016-02-12 10:30:29 -0500
Harpo said, " Never mind as soon as we get rid of Nutley I’m sure the oil prices will return to normal."

Oh, bloody well grow up! Not even one person on this site, whether commentor or Rebel staff has ever said that Notley controls the price of oil. All we have ever claimed is that Notley is exacerbating an already bad situation with her policies. She is making it worse, much worse that it should be.
commented 2016-02-12 10:25:46 -0500
Another know nothing comment from idiot Andrew Stephenson.
commented 2016-02-12 10:23:55 -0500
Rebelation said, " I assert that Lefty’s are a bunch of rednecks!!"

Oh hell no!

Rednecks have a great deal of common sense and down to earth practical knowledge. Please don’t insult rednecks like that.
commented 2016-02-12 10:22:09 -0500
I am sure the tens of thousands of people that have lost their jobs next door in Saskatchewan feel wonderful that you ignore them, Mr. Levant, since they don’t live in an NDP province and are thus not convenient to your little vendetta.
commented 2016-02-12 10:21:14 -0500
Liza Rosie said to Deiter, “Dieter, we can blame that (metric system) on a Trudeau as well.”

That is the only thing that Pierre Idiot Trudeau did right. The metric system is superior to the Imperial system in oh so many ways.
commented 2016-02-12 10:14:06 -0500
Chris McGauley asked, “Just wondering if the thousands of independent contractors that are not eligible for EI are included in the government stats.”

Nope.
commented 2016-02-12 06:50:57 -0500
Someone mentioned Harper sold gold a while ago with the dollar at oar like it was a couple of years ago makes more sense but selling at 70 cents on the dollar is giving it away I don’t agree selling it at all until absolutely needed
commented 2016-02-12 02:21:52 -0500
What is the best rebuttal to somebody using their culture as an excuse? Are we supposed to just surrender all our rights just to let somebody do things because it is in their culture? Does that disabled guy get denied moving into that Muslim apartment because he is not Muslim? What ever happened to him anyways?
commented 2016-02-12 01:52:45 -0500
Rebelation, Did Ezra really say all of that? I simply stated that I was the one who started selling off the country’s gold and there was very little left for PM Selfie to sell. Also said we had bigger problems that shiny metal. Like how to get the PCs back in for another 40 year run but in hindsight it might have been a mistake putting all our eggs in one basket. Never mind as soon as we get rid of Nutley I’m sure the oil prices will return to normal.
commented 2016-02-12 01:11:12 -0500
Harpo. Ezra says you Lefty’s don’t care about Albertans. I say you have no heart, no morals, no compassion, no sympathy. I also say Lefty’s are psychotic, and “incapable of learning”. You watched the same video as the rest of us, and learned nothing, much less care. I assert that Lefty’s are a bunch of rednecks!! Thks for showing us proof on all counts!
commented 2016-02-12 01:02:23 -0500
I sold off most of our gold before Trudope ever had a chance. It’s just shiny metal people! We have much bigger problems to worry about.
commented 2016-02-12 00:40:37 -0500
Dieter, we can blame that (metric system) on a Trudeau as well.