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The ridiculous US - Canada consumer goods price difference investigated

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I'll probably regret this but:

Please elaborate.

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And fewer guns???

:towel:

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About 300 million fewer.....and a lot fewer people looking to use them at the slightest threat, either real, or imagined...

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Yeah we get it, America stinks.. Canada is the best.

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Do you see the Axis Powers or the USSR calling the shots anywhere?

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Anyone notice a milk price drop/war lately?

I picked up some milk the other day for $3.99 that is usually $5.50 for 4 litres and regular milk that is usually $4.39 for 4 litres was selling for $3.69.

I'm in T.O. BTW.

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My friend just came back from from the States. Purchased a pair of Nike Cleats from the NIke Store. 15 bucks.

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So the taxes in Canada/Bc are too high?

Want equal prices with the States?

It can be arranged just do the following:

get rid of universal medical care

get rid of ICBC

get rid of bc Hydro

grow Canada's population by 10 times.

Feel free to add to the list of things that need to go to become our southern neighbours.

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Anyone notice a milk price drop/war lately?

I picked up some milk the other day for $3.99 that is usually $5.50 for 4 litres and regular milk that is usually $4.39 for 4 litres was selling for $3.69.

I'm in T.O. BTW.

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