A city can mean different things to different people based on their experiences. Whether you live in that city, were raised in that city, are tourists to that city or a backpacker just passing through, your wants, needs and expectations of a party may be different from everyone else.
The number one party destination is, with out a doubt, Montreal. With the legal drinking age being only 18 and the bars and clubs serving until 3am, the party never stops in this beautiful city. On weekends there are also many after-hours clubs where the dancing lasts until dawn. Even the residents of the biggest and most beautiful cities in Canada head to Montreal to party.
As you can see from the infographic below, the federal debt in Canada grows by $57.8 million each day. That’s a lot of money, and it can start to add up.
The latest Canadian money is made from polymers and partially transparent. Canada released $100 bills in late 2011, and has a plan to put bills of lower denominations in circulation through the end of 2013. The new bills are meant to be more secure — not just look cool.
The Canadian penny is being phased out, and that means that some people are considering what to do with their pennies. However, pennies will still be legal tender in Canada, so you can use them. Here are some ideas for what to do with your pennies.
In order to cut back, the Harper government’s newest budget eliminates the penny. For quite some time, it has cost more to make a penny than a penny’s face value — even though it’s been years since the penny was even made mostly of copper.
Now, there are concerns that the Canadian economy might slow down, and even worries that there is a housing bubble on the verge of bursting. As you consider the future, it’s time to consider whether or not you would be ready for an economic slow down.
No matter if you live in Canada
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