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  1. That's a terrible deal for the caps... Maybe they can pawn him off during the next expansion draft
  2. I don't think theirs an issue with knowledge. I think doctors are super rushed which results in less quality visits, misdiagnosis, etc. Why they're so rushed? Shortage of doctors perhaps. So medical clinics tend to be backed up. Trying to see the maximum number of patients per day so they get more $$$ . I'm not sure I've had a few family doctors the last 10 years and I've been disappointed in all of them. Super long wait times, visits which never last longer than 5 minutes, reluctance to make referrals etc.
  3. I hven't been following the whole expansion thing very much, so I'm probably completely clueless. But that seems like a pretty $&!#ty team given the list of unprotected players I saw earlier. Like Jack Johnson, Dumba, Enstrom, Oshie, Yakupov, Grabner, Bennett, Grigoreko, Strome,etc I'd imagine a new franchise would want to ice the best team imaginable day 1. Not stock piling draft picks for later.
  4. Someone was going to have to be the bad guy. While older property owners may be happy with their assessments, they won't be so happy when all the young and skilled workers leave the province, leaving BC in a mess. If the NDP were to tank the market and send the economy in a tail spin, the liberal would have their platform for the next 2 decades saying look what the NDP did while causing the mess in the first place.
  5. I get what you're saying. But if that's the mindset that we choose, our future is always going to be like this. Change unfortunately takes time. I get the frustration, I really do. I'm 26 year old professional with a great job and have no hope in hell in ever purchasing a home in the city I grew up in. I like many other young professionals am being priced out. However, I dont believe NDP will be the Change which people are hoping. My take on the situation is this. If you believe in the Green party agenda and policies and choose not to vote for them out of fear, it will be an endless circle of Liberals and NDP consistently get elected in until one party $&!#s the bed. Isnt that what always happens? If we want parties to change and adapt to our provinces current needs, they need to feel pressured. Having a third option does that.
  6. Yeah you're right lol. My bad. I misread that, I thought it said 3500 square feet Definitely goes for 20 million in point grey too
  7. Agreed Vote for the policies and party you believe in . I'm heard a lot of people saying they aren't voting for Green because they feel like it's a wasted vote. That’s such a ridiculous comment to make in my opinion. How is it a wasted vote if that’s what you believe in? The Greens will only continue to grow and get more support if it's seen as a viable option. If people never vote for them, despite agreeing with their policies, then how will they ever get to that point? The more votes they get, the more momentum the party gains in future elections, the more donations they're likely to receive, the more coverage they'll get. If we adopt the mindset that BC only has two political options (NDP/Liberal), we'll always have two $&!#ty options where each election one party will try to be slightly less $&!#ty than the other. Inst that what the US has with the democrats and republicans.... I understand that "strategic" voting has its place in some instances. I despise Clark, but I'm not going to compromise by beliefs to get her out.
  8. It definitely would not be close to 15 million lol Not even half that
  9. This A quick google search and you could probably narrow if down to 1 or 2 people. Gotta be careful about these things.
  10. Appreciate the honesty of this post. Especially given the fact that realtors are seeing some of the greatest benefits in this crazy market. My realtor friend made more last year then he did in his previous 5 years entering the business combined.
  11. I just cant vote for the NDP. I just dont like their platform, leadership and ideas. That said, I cannot vote for the Liberals either with the mess they've caused. Bought out, corrupt and a trail of broken promises. Seems both parties have been relativity silent on the housing issues crippling the people of Vancouver, which is the issue I'm most concerned about as a young professional. This will be the the first time voting for green. I really hope people give them a chance and they can win more then a couple seats this time around.
  12. Have those started to start selling? I was looking into the marcon building
  13. Tell me more... I was looking at the Avalon development near marine a few months back and i swear they were going for 375k. When i went back last month the was l lady told me they were not 475k. Its freaking ridiculous. The place was like 500 square feet. I'd liek to buy and flip if I can but im pretty much accepting the fact that I'm going to be priced out of this city.
  14. When i heard the opening, i didn't even think about it twice. People get their jimmies rustled too easily these days. If you're gonna pretend to care about child exploitation and child sex slaves, then actually do something about it. Don't go on social media and complain a comedian making a joke.