Every Cup - Part 13 - The Tim Hortons Great Coffee Conversation

Part 13 - The Tim Hortons Great Coffee Conversation

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We've travelled from coast to coast to hear what people love about Tim Hortons coffee.

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Aang posted 2015-12-18 4:38am

00Tweleve years ago, the people of this pcvionre could not get rid of the NDP faster, to a point where they only put two members into the Legislative Assembly. The people of this pcvionre not only gave the Liberals a mandate with the large number of people they elected, but they sent a message that an NDP Goverement does not work. The NDP Goverment will drive this pcvionre into the hole (again), like they did for the ten years they were in power. The people of this pcvionre forget very fast. The NDP drove business out of this pcvionre, so that their Fat Cat Union Leaders could make their money. The NDP is very hypocritical, saying that the Liberal's support business, when the NDP support Unions. If you think that the NDP Goverment is going to get rid of Famiy Day, you are kidding cause it would upset the Unions (who make huge money on holidays), if teachers think they will get their big fat juicy raises, they got another thing coming, cause they were not able to negotiate a contract with the NDP either. If you think that the NDP is going to do a better job fiscally, you are kidding your self, you cannot fiscally do better when you drive business out of this pcvionre. I believe the NDP will be in power after the next election, then everyone will realize how big of a mistake they made and the following election will abolish them again. The NDP is quick to jump on the BC Rail bandwagon, but do we forget Glenn Clark and Mike Harcourt, the Fast Ferries. Lets be real, people need to face realality, an NDP Goverment will again destroy this pcvionre.February 11, 2013 at 3:44 amShare: http://muzvynt.com [url=http://fiexflrtli.com]fiexflrtli[/url] [link=http://etrgeotkqh.com]etrgeotkqh[/link]

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Skuter posted 2015-12-17 9:23pm

I agree with anybody but Trudeau,<a href="http://aebeonhztis.com"> hvewoer</a>, I don't think people will be looking to the Liberals to form a government in 4 years. 1. Weak NDP incumbents will lose their nomination races. Since the NDP label in Quebec looks like a real meal ticket, the NDP can attract some talent.2. The Liberals are broke as hell. Their fundraising is weak, their membership base is down to about 34,000 people, and the per-vote subsidy is about to be cut. 3. Jack Layton will get far more time to speak in the House, and far more attention from the press. He is now the Prime Minister-in-waiting. 4. Parties represent coalitions of interest groups. Even though corporate/union donations are limited, there are still important power-brokers outside each party (eg. for the Tories, Quebecor and the oil patch come to mind). Many of the groups that backed the Liberals before are likely to turn to the Tories and NDP. They will be difficult to win back.

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Johnson posted 2015-12-17 8:24am

Well, I have some mixed feelings about this issue. Employers are spesoupd to protect a woman’s job if she takes a period of leave to have a baby. Not sure if that’s an EI problem…human rights? IHMO, it is neither of those but, rather, a labour issue. I don't see EI as a human right but, rather, an insurance plan into which we pay. I fully support parental leave but not a full year. I believe that the first three months, the mother is the ideal parent to nurture and care for a baby (just my personal opinion) but the next 3 months could be the father or the mother. I'd cap the leave at 6 months, to be honest.I am not sure how the EI system works (thank God for that) but is a non-mother/new parent allowed a full year of EI payments if he or she loses his or her job? The one time I was on EI, it was for a week or two back in 1982 when Trudeau's brilliant leadership led us into a huge recession and I was laid off. I collected a week or two of payments and I do know that, although I had paid into the system for years, I was definitely not entitled to a year's worth of payments.I believe that stay-at-home parents should receive a significant tax break that is, the breadwinner should receive a significant tax break. The Liberal government has turned a completely deaf ear to the requests of stay-at-home parents and the NDP won't even hear of such an outlandish idea as parents who stay home.I agree with Paul re: the two-week waiting period. Considering that a person's very first pay cheque has EI taken off, this waiting period is totally wrong. It serves no purpose and it is criminal that the government makes it so difficult to access our own money.It's not well-known but employers sometimes get screwed over. If a person has two jobs, his EI premiums are capped to an annual limit. Yet, both employers pay full premiums as their share thus swelling the EI fund past what it should really be. The government refuses to change this because it would indicate that a particular employee is working two jobs. There is a way around this, however, the company could be refunded by the total surplus it paid without identifying the employee. However, it would not work in the EI fund's favour and, thus, employers are screwed over.WCT I think the dealer would make the payments in the interim but you'd end up repaying the dealer. I'm not positive, however, having always paid cash for my cars. If the dealer does make the payments and you don't have to repay, you'd most likely have to purchase some sort of insurance plan.Joanne I have never disagreed with you before and I tried to find some way to support your idea but I'm afraid I cannot. I feel terrible about it but I simply cannot go along with your support of this bill. I do apologize for that.

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Zeemah posted 2015-10-23 10:25pm

I agree with anybody but Trudeau, heeovwr, I don't think people will be looking to the Liberals to form a government in 4 years. 1. Weak NDP incumbents will lose their nomination races. Since the NDP label in Quebec looks like a real meal ticket, the NDP can attract some talent.2. The Liberals are broke as hell. Their fundraising is weak, their membership base is down to about 34,000 people, and the per-vote subsidy is about to be cut. 3. Jack Layton will get far more time to speak in the House, and far more attention from the press. He is now the Prime Minister-in-waiting. 4. Parties represent coalitions of interest groups. Even though corporate/union donations are limited, there are still important power-brokers outside each party (eg. for the Tories, Quebecor and the oil patch come to mind). Many of the groups that backed the Liberals before are likely to turn to the Tories and NDP. They will be difficult to win back.

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