November 07, 2015

Sudbury could take or leave the 5-cent piece, but don't you dare touch their Nickelback!

Jason & MattRebel Commentators
 

In 2013, Canada pulled the penny out of circulation. Now some are asking if the nickel should be phased out too.

I journeyed to Sudbury (Canada's nickel mining capital) to ask folks what they think about that, and about the Canadian group Nickelback. I was surprised by what turned out to be more popular...

 



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commented 2015-11-08 11:44:11 -0500
Mark said, “okay it just doesn’t have the same ring to it…”

Maybe not, but it does have a “ring of truth” to it.
commented 2015-11-07 17:13:25 -0500
com’on Jason, first thing that came to my mind…"what take the nickel away…goes to show the gov’t no longer wants to ‘nickel and dime you to death’, it wants to up the ante to ‘dime and quarter you to death’…okay it just doesn’t have the same ring to it…
commented 2015-11-07 15:02:05 -0500
Nothing against the name “Kelly” but there certainly are a lot on this site with the name “Kelly” as the first of last name.

I think mane are the same person, some posing a conservative troll and some as a leftie troll. I could be wrong, but I doubt it. Maybe the name “Kelly” is popular as a first and/or last name.

Just an observation.
commented 2015-11-07 13:13:11 -0500
“A lot of the nickel ore was processed in Alberta due to the need for vast quantity’s of cheap natural gas and energy used in the refining process. "

Well, the cheap energy is about to change in Alberta due ti Nutley and her wrecking crew.
commented 2015-11-07 13:07:18 -0500
Nickel’s have not been made from “nickel” for some time now. Much like the penny was not actually copper towards the end of it’s term. The metals copper and nickel cost more than the face value of the coins.

A lot of the nickel ore was processed in Alberta due to the need for vast quantity’s of cheap natural gas and energy used in the refining process. Nickel is a very valuable metal that has many industrial uses. Mainly as an alloying element.