Canada Quality of Life: Party Pooper Report
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
They state Canada's Quality of Life ranked third in the World in the 1970's. In 2008 Canada ranks 11th behind Ireland. The report surther states that Denmark (population 5 million) which is the size of a postage stamp on a tennis court, when compared to Canada population 33 million has less crime than Canada.
My opinion in all this Liberal drivel is as follows, "Who was the Moron who was paid to write this idiotic report?"
Secondly, why would any News Organization publish this Apples to Elephants in comparison?
Third, Aren't you glad a News Organization like Now Public allows people like me to provide Opinion pieces on Tripe such as this Report, because Canadians and especially Canadian unclear on the concept of Population and Geography, after reading my Opinion piece will no doubt come up with the same conclusion as me!
Those who are not as fortunate enough to tune into this Opinion piece will no doubt read this Quality of Life report and go around spreading the news to others that Canada is worse than Denmark or Ireland, when clearly we are not!
As for the President Anne Golden, a Liberal Think Tank who authoured this report, I say this! Perhaps when writing this report, you were overcome by "Smelling your own Farts" to fully comprehend that Size Matters (Country & Population)! Sure, we may not be perfect, but your claim Canada has been on a downward slide since the 1970's neglects to state in your report this slide was under the Liberal Government Watch!
You also fail to mention outsourcing of jobs, world markets and other factors all affect a country.
So in this case when it comes to listening to Liberal Drivel "Silence is Golden" adequately applies!
Party pooper report
Canadian quality of life not what it used to be
By THE CANADIAN PRESS
To many, Canada Day is a time for fireworks displays and contemplating the country's many blessings.
But a new report suggests Canadians may have less to celebrate than they think.
The annual Conference Board of Canada report card measuring quality of life among 17 advanced countries released today concludes that Canada is like a student who started out strong, but is coasting toward the bottom of the class.
In a break from past reports, the Conference Board looked back at Canada's performance to the 1970s and found that although the economy is stronger and per capita income has increased, other countries have passed it by.
Canada's economy was the envy of the world in the 1970s, ranking third. Now it has fallen to 11th place, behind leader Ireland.