The percentage of Canadian Adults actively in the workforce declined to 61.9%, and Canada’s manufacturing sector loses 30,000, Offset by Canada adding 40,000 likely SERVICE SECTOR jobs in August – September 28, 2023
Because of the obscene levels of online censorship in Canada and the ability of the Canadian media to paint a rosy picture, a lot of Canadians are in the dark as to just how bad things are.
Canada lost 30,000 manufacturing jobs in August, which likely is the result of Justin Trudeau’s CARBON TAXES an added ENERGY regulations on the Canadian economy. When a country loses manufacturing jobs, these jobs aren’t easy to replace because we’re talking about property, plant, and equipment.
Starting a manufacturing business usually takes massive planning, and the business people involved usually have to BORROW capital, which now, because of Justin Trudeau, is getting more expensive in Canada.
If Trudeau’s government spending, borrowing, and REGULATING continues as a business person, you’d have to anticipate taxes going up even more, because obviously prices are going up, and when prices go up, taxes go up, making matters worse being that Trudeau has the benefit of a biased media, which even covered for him when he brought a former NAZI into the house of Commons. Who received a STANDING OVATION, as a business person, you’d have to know you’re going to be blamed, the worse this economy gets.
I still see and read Canadians blaming grocery stores for higher prices. In general, Retail theft is on the rise in Canada, led by auto theft, and this is all happening while immigration continues to rise,
In other news a home made bomb was found in Barrie Ontario, as most people know, most of the immigrants end up settling in Ontario, I’m not sure who made this bomb or what their background is, because of censorship and potentially a lack of resources, but this gives you a glimpse into the social and economic disasters caused by Justin Trudeau and the people who vote for him
When so Canadians many of whom I imagine are parents decided to march for the lives of their children, COUNTER-PROTESTORS showed up even becoming violent and the news went out of it’s way to make sure the COUNTER-protestors were shown in a positive light.
Imagine large violent counter protestors showed up for an LGBT rights protest and got violent? How do you think the news would have framed that? How soon would Justin Trudeau give a speech saying that the LGBT community was under threat?
So depending on how you see the world, one thing is for sure, Justin Trudeau and his supporters are DIVISIVE and biased, and this one sided way of imagining the world, has historically led to economic destruction, as people with alternative views of social issues are CENSORED.
Social issues for people like me are ECONOMIC issues, and my perspective is OPPOSITE from the people who put social issues ahead of economic issues. I argue that you’ll eventually have no social cohesion in society if the economy is bad shape.
With every MANUFACTURING job that leaves Canada, Canada’s DEPENDENCE on a strong Loonie grows, which equates to the cost of capital being more expensive. I keep reading about these “financial experts” who ONLY look at the numbers and imagine that interest rates have to come down, these individuals ignore the specifics of the data.
Not all job data is equal, as an example, you’ll notice that a lot of news outlets, no longer tell their readers the percentage of jobs that PUBLIC SECTOR or SERVICE sector jobs, when they post job numbers. You’ll also notice that all the numbers are ROUNDED? 30,000 jobs gained here, 40,000 jobs gained there, the reason I think these news outlets are doing this is because the general population is getting smarter, and will recognize CLICKBAIT when they see it.
This post you’re reading is in response to a CBC post, which almost appears to make the argument that immigration is the real problem and not Justin Trudeau’s FISCAL policies
Shifting the blame to the immigrant population works for the mainstream media in Canada, mainly because a lot of Quebecers including those who support the Bloc, Liberal or NDP have a lot of anti-immigrant sentiment and this makes immigrants easier to blame.
In actuality if you read the article, the meat of the article comes in the section that states
In August, professional, scientific and technical services added 52,000 jobs, and the construction sector added 34,000.
On the flip side, the education sector lost 44,000 jobs, while manufacturing lost 30,000.
If you’re not paying attention, professional, scientific and technical services in many instances have to do with the GOVERNMENT sectors, “technical services” could mean a lot of things. Construction jobs, are usually unionized and are typically regressive in that construction jobs cost tax payers money and often led to tax increases as muniapalities or provinces often have to go into debt(higher debt servicing costs) to pay construction workers.
With Manufacturing jobs, that’s typically private sector employment, if ANY government were efficient in manufacturing, we wouldn’t need a private sector. So when you see manufacturing jobs on the decline, the best case scenario is strong PRIVATE SERVICE sector job growth. Which doesn’t appear to be what’s happening at the moment.
Interesting times ahead!