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CIBC economist Benjamin Tal noted that the recent downward trend in wages also coincides with weak jobs growth over the past four months.His own research suggests many of the jobs recovered since the recession have been of the low-paying variety.

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Things must really be getting bad as the article goes on further to state,

"Recent surveys suggest Canadians are still planning to spend pretty much as they have in the past this Christmas season, although more will seek out bargains at U.S. stores along the border. :wacko:

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Things must really be getting bad as the article goes on further to state,

"Recent surveys suggest Canadians are still planning to spend pretty much as they have in the past this Christmas season, although more will seek out bargains at U.S. stores along the border. :wacko:

Many people are under the impression that Canada weathered the recession and the economy will be better in the near future. That's what their cable television tells them along with all the kooks in Ottawa. This centralized banking economy is going to tank as early as January 2012 by my estimates. It's over.

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Things must really be getting bad as the article goes on further to state,

"Recent surveys suggest Canadians are still planning to spend pretty much as they have in the past this Christmas season, although more will seek out bargains at U.S. stores along the border. :wacko:

I think global economic troubles are to blame rather then what the government of Canada is doing. I've read the same things happening in Japan and India, to name a few. just be glad your not in the Eurozone.

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