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"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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Green <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> eggs <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and ham <Speech_Male> Dr seuss's <Speech_Male> green eggs and <Speech_Male> ham turns fifty <Speech_Male> today <Speech_Male> despite its <Speech_Male> uncritical <Speech_Male> delight in the <Speech_Male> questionable art <Speech_Male> of relentless <Speech_Male> badgering <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the book has sold <Speech_Male> many millions of copies <Speech_Male> making it the most <Speech_Male> popular of Doctor <Speech_Male> Seuss's many <Speech_Male> books. <Speech_Male> But before any of that, <Speech_Male> it earned theodor <Speech_Male> seuss geisel <Speech_Male> fifty bucks <Speech_Male> in winnings <Speech_Male> from our archives. <Speech_Male> Here's former <Speech_Male> as it happens <Speech_Male> co host Allen, Maitland <Speech_Male> with his <Speech_Male> reading of <Silence> green eggs <SpeakerChange> and Ham. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> You <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> would you with a goat <Speech_Male> I would <Speech_Male> not could not <Speech_Male> with a goat would <Speech_Male> you could you on a <Speech_Male> boat? 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So <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I will eat them in a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> box and I will <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> eat them with a fox <Speech_Male> and I will eat them in <Speech_Male> a house and I <Speech_Male> will eat them with the mouse <Speech_Male> and I will eat them <Speech_Male> here and there <Silence> say <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> I will eat <Silence> them anywhere. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> From our archives <Speech_Male> Allan, maitland <Speech_Male> reading <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> green eggs and Ham <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and that book was <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> published fifty years <Speech_Music_Male> ago <SpeakerChange> today? <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> You've <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> been listening to the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> as it happens podcast. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Our show can be <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> heard Monday to Friday <Speech_Music_Male> on CBC <Speech_Music_Male> Radio One <SpeakerChange> following <Speech_Music_Male> the world at six. <Speech_Music_Male> You can also listen <Speech_Music_Male> to the show on the web <Speech_Music_Male> at CBC dot <Speech_Music_Male> Ca Slash <Speech_Music_Male> Ah. <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks for <SpeakerChange> listening <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Peter Armstrong <Speech_Music_Male> and I'm Ali Hassan. <Speech_Music_Male>

"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"<Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> As you no <Speech_Male> doubt been hearing <Speech_Male> on the news a <Speech_Male> sudden departure <Speech_Male> of a high level <Speech_Male> bureau cat <Speech_Male> has left the public <Speech_Male> in the British <Speech_Male> reeling the resignation <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of Palmerston <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> chief Mouser <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> at the UK's <Speech_Male> for an office <Speech_Male> came out <Speech_Male> of nowhere giving <Speech_Male> many pause. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> In <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> his official resignation <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> letter posted <Speech_Male> on twitter Palmerston <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> rights of <Speech_Male> the newfound joys <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of working from <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> home. He says <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> it was the slower pace <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of corona virus <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> constrained life <Speech_Male> that led him to realize <Speech_Male> it was time <Speech_Male> to step away from <Speech_Male> office life <Speech_Male> the black and <Speech_Male> white rescue cat <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> has held the chief <Speech_Male> mouser position <Speech_Male> since two thousand sixteen <Speech_Male> and his tenure <Speech_Male> has not been <Speech_Male> without controversy. <Speech_Male> He made <Speech_Male> headlines more than once <Speech_Male> for his aggressive <Speech_Male> political style <Speech_Male> and occasional <Speech_Male> violent clashes <Speech_Male> in particular <Speech_Male> with Larry <Speech_Male> his esteemed counterpart <Speech_Male> at number <Speech_Male> ten Downing Street. <Speech_Male> Nevertheless, <Speech_Male> Palmerston <Speech_Male> has by and large <Speech_Male> been a model <Speech_Male> diplomat <Speech_Male> often photographed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> with visiting dignitaries <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and executing <Speech_Male> his duties <Speech_Male> with dedication <Speech_Male> that was nothing <Speech_Male> short of Rochas. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> A colleague reminisced <Speech_Male> on twitter about <Speech_Male> the time. He left <Speech_Male> quote a <Speech_Male> slightly chewed <Speech_Male> dead mouse next to <Speech_Male> my desk <Speech_Male> end quote <Speech_Male> in his resignation <Speech_Male> letter Palmerston <Speech_Male> noted that <Speech_Male> his new official <Speech_Male> living quarters <Speech_Male> in the countryside <Speech_Male> of him more <Speech_Male> ample time to <Speech_Male> engage the local <Speech_Male> rodent population <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> are replacement has <Speech_Male> not yet been appointed, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> but no doubt <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> will soon <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> since <SpeakerChange> you know. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Cats <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Silence> people love them. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> You've <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> been listening to the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> as it happens podcast <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> our show can <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> be heard Monday to Friday <Speech_Music_Male> on CBC. <Speech_Music_Male> Radio. <SpeakerChange> One. Following <Speech_Music_Male> the world at six <Speech_Music_Male> you can also listen <Speech_Music_Male> to the show on the web <Speech_Music_Male> at CBC <Speech_Music_Male> dot Ca Slash <Speech_Music_Male> Ah. <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks for <SpeakerChange> listening. <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Peter Armstrong. <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Ali Hassan. <Speech_Music_Male>

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:57 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Up the time Larry rocket afternoon I gotta say after watching episodes of the last dance and watching your battle with the with the bulls the first thing that popped into my head was look when they said we had to go bald you and submit to the said that the bro that's just not working we I don't care attitude team solidarity we're not doing it because you get I gotta say you guys need a little sun on your downs for the series started yeah would you do to make you think is that I live in the Coneheads he did you're supposed the Rick had to be like oh dude you guys are defeated killing me here we we where'd you where'd me NO we can all wear black shoes or something we have to we have to save our heads we can't say whichever hits a as Steve said Molly this Steve said black shoes we're not the white players friend not the way players friend at all let me know it maybe through the defense off to our guys you sit down you go so slow I don't know how you doing but I'm a really messed up they moved to so deliberately over the hump but we did get that's what Steve told me Steve goes it looks like those damn because it makes me look so slow I know you look at the VCR on pause because it's brutal made because I don't feel right when they're just not they're not me what do you remember most about that series could you guys had a brief and I as I watch this Molly they get I sent last week to get it just goes to show how good Jordan was a mini certainly needed help as well Horace grant Scotty Pippin but it is most teams that he played against I thought were deeper they probably had a better roster from one through through eight you guys most certainly did went through a had abated more balance but our roster but he was just so damn good that he tipped the scales in the polls favor more times than not and if not by a lot just enough to get that last win but man you guys are right there to the very end read you said that shot that Steve it was the the big one you guys a chance to the goal of five would seem like ten back then in the nineties it was incredible five point lead seem so big but what do you remember most about that Sirius is so competitive with you guys today he has a hell of a squad yeah we'd like you said that we were deep experienced you know bunch of bunch hired two players so we could match up with them we could match up with Michael and Scotty and bill we could we could you know we we took it to game seven made it tough on there and we we battled them but the thing that the bulls are able to do that we that we saw our with the Seattle where the high octane offense the Utah who is the one the most efficient half court offensive teams with Johnny Carl they they held Utada fifty four points in the final that's insane they held Seattle in the low eighties the big game you're referencing a game seven was about eighty eighty eighty four something like that so they they really could win you know nice free flowing offense of game with their beautiful triangle offense and all those gifts that they have with Michael's got insuring the ball and he will be Peter Armstrong speaker contacting just the beautiful space Nicole coach or they could they could lock you down and that's that's what they did so the start of that season ninety seven ninety eight first day training camp Larry Bird you know the first teaser we need home quarterbacks there wasn't anything he was thinking about more than going to the finals and getting past that he knew as a player you need game seven on home court yeah I think we've got a game and we still game with two or three shots of that you know behind the bulls okay seven was on the court in the middle school east coast alright go battle tear one point don't get Michael missed nine shots in a row so wasn't an artistic game offensively but the place you're talking about take Michael jump with Rick Smith somehow Michael got old **** rejected and then Scotty got control the ball out of my quite sure how they got possession but and they found Steve Kerr wide open he made a no big time three point shots you have you know all all season long program and then there is a time that changed the whole energy every game yeah Michael took over the only needed to make shot that's just about like Michael has incredible Dorrance incredible fitness level so come the last five minutes of the game when he was struggling whether he was sick some house that was able to get around and make big basket the one that you know the movie all time clutch performers yeah I well I want to get obviously get back to did did little bit of that series and some of the from the last dance but you the perfect guy to ask this question too because I've been watching games I I see how nineties basketball stuff to watch sometimes I mean those scores eighty eighty four eighty five seventy nine it was just it wasn't fast pace it was slow the defenses were good it was physical but you play in the eighties and I tell people through the eighties were physical but will but if he ran in the eighties everyone up and down the court in the eighties in the seventies was a joke I went back and looked at Sam annex article and the pace of some of the teams in the seventies and sixties it's a wonder they ever made it to the twenty seconds in the twenty second sep twenty four second shot clock because they flew up and down the court but what do you think was the biggest difference because the eighties were as physical as the nineties I think put teams ran in the eighties teams were up and down in the eighties and then something happened in the nineties were things just came to a halt and the pace slowed down in the game slowed down in the scoring went way down it will work what was it for the time you got the leak to the time you were in those Eastern Conference finals what would happen to where the game discredit slowly cut it developed into a wrestling match you know I never really thought about times but now you're saying that you know what I'm doing when you think the ones I'm gonna say the T. V. the video the the defense of scouting and taking people over to play using you know just you know going in that not only in the playoffs lastly the game slows down people are happy with every position needs so much there's a little more you know security of basketball security position but I think you know look think about the times we start like I thought maybe five we didn't reduce it down to watch film after every practice we watched them before games the scandal courts will pretty much you know guys six six question left you know what you're doing but you can make a shot to where in the nineteen and it was all too detailed never mind now but even a member of the group with which will call out the car we talked about last week the the attention to detail so that's the last that late nights of eighty five still like ninety seven it was a huge difference and we're watching more video scar reports for more details especially in the player you ma'am outside of the ones we got really detailed in the playoffs really really yeah we know all the calls we knew it everywhere they want to catch the ball if there was a song about how the rotation was gonna change where they played so I think the offense had to catch up my question is this and I do wanna talk about before why the hell do we just see what the respects that we need your support roles in to tell you want to spread the floor yeah it's so true Molly because I and and and all but I'll avoid it while you were young but we kept going in there and they're not going a higher percentage shot right yeah yeah and I got a state department of state you're not going to have you know three point exactly you know it's so funny because I I thought about that on occasion I'm like god I wonder and I hate it knows how good we could have been but I think I we were like the warrior team we're on was the perfect team because we played small anyway and you're thinking what you're going to play small you might as well exchange threes for twos because the big guys were killed in a suspected I mean it was hard guarding it may be applied to one let me up Malone let me ask you in Libya Cummings Libby aftermath a Christmas tree out there but that would have been okay if you're exchanging twos for threes I mean that's where you're like okay you're gonna get to this we're gonna shoot not quite as high a percentage but ours account for three years early in the count for twos but it just it wasn't in anybody's mind back then because it it it now you look at you go that would have been so easy to say you know what we're smaller we're faster we can all shoot this is Jack up thirty thirty five threes a game and see how this goes I would have loved to have seen how that would've worked out we'll never know but I just look back and go that was a team to do it but nobody really did into the mid nineties in the rockets were really the only team at that point it is dumb to do it came and then spaced out and that's how they got there three is running the ball door came in the post but it just wasn't in anybody's mind back then everybody is like trying to get closer to the bucket because that's how we all grew up getting closer to the bucket means a better shot more fishing shot but that did that as we've learned now that's not necessarily the case and the one thing that you know whatever directly we're talking about right to do the championship teams they found that balance of the bulls you know Michael operate inside the three most of the time yeah I could make it three you need to have some big games or corpus correct but when you throw the ball he didn't shoot he did have the route that you have here one or two guys spacing the floor for him so when they EE as outlets in those guys got shot down the idea that came to my mind too was which we don't give out any more evils people was hobbled and they had stocked on him they still ran him in the post you also we were still trying to use that mismatch ideally to score yeah but dropped in the post of the delegates will get a nice look from that so the balance of both they they they said they should a lot of threes but some of the biggest three they made one series whatever you know so we was in their arsenal they just didn't have the the high the high number of both public yeah but it will stay on this we're talking to Chris Smalling as we do every week this time here in the top recruiter and Brooke show it so much in sports it in when it comes to philosophy it can be that that people are stubborn but also there's a certain amount of machines bow in you know you just you still think right now I'm into the warriors have won championships based on their ability impart to shoot and shoot from distance as well as they do believe is about three point shooting yet you still have some people in summer louder and more notably motives notable about this and others that say well that's of less than rough and tough and and physical way to play basketball where it's it's looked down on so you guys you don't know the game from back in the day if you will what was their true that mind set up if you're just bonded from the outside then you're not as as for lack of a better way of putting it mandali of a team was that mindset or it was just based on we don't think we could shoot it that's going to lead to rebounds we don't wanna get to rebounding contest so this is the with the way we've we've been doing it for god knows how many years well I I in my in my opinion rod is it's it's still gives back to the quality of shock right now not that the amount now if you can get forty you know December yeah and then the guy is a much bigger issues now and then Tommy asked about you know who wanted to schedule change I got your reference video and and the more scouting that that was put into stopping offenses I think the D. D. M. B. A. one of the two the two biggest changes I think that's helped with the quality of play long term in the development of its incredible shooters in his class we want to travel so go from commercial just with you know all all the time that was spent playing around you know getting into the city you get the picture your body's body can you turn on the private plans all those things that come with that and then the with with each team having their own private practice facility right so now guys go back they can get back in and they can get their rep they get their reps and they can do a team work with you know that the team practice also if they gotta do is as the unit and then they have to go to get their individual worked on anytime they want going back to when I first came out here let's look at three sets of Alexander we had two hours at Pacific high school and one characters over there was something you were added so do you know and if you did your team practice most of you have to get together as a unit there wasn't a whole lot of time left to go you know give it a hundred trees or whatever you want to do sure I think over time over time I think that has helped these guys naturally Steph curry the fact that you can.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

"Right and there are striking levels of household debt across the whole country. It's something we've talked about on this podcast. Before with our business correspondent Peter Armstrong dropped interest rates to encourage consumer. Spending is the concern that we created a second crisis to get us out of the I. It's right in the thing to note here. Is that the Global Financial Crisis. You saw a lot of households in the world reduce their debt levels. That was sort of the great reckoning that happened in the US market in around two thousand nine Canada Never D- leveraged households here didn't really reduce the amount of debt. They kept on going. They kept on standing and so now. We are at the point where Canadian households more in terms of their income than any other G. seven country. And so what does that mean? That means the average Canadian household today owes one dollars seventy six for every dollar that they earn an income in Vancouver that spikes even higher. It goes to two dollars. Thirtieth debt for every dollar of income that ratio in Vancouver puts it on par with Iceland for the Global Financial Crisis? In if you remember. Iceland was the poster child of access and its entire up. Did Not go very well for them. Long Spanky is the second Icelandic Bank to be taken over to prevent a collapse of the country's banking system. Foreign investors scrambled withdraw cash. The country ran out of foreign currency soaring inflation as well as a week. Local currency have all been disastrous. So essentially what you're saying here is we've had this market that's been soaring. It's been seen as very safe. Prices have been going up and up. You know at the same time. People across the country have been taking on record levels of debt and now enter cove in nineteen right this pandemic in this massive economic shutdown. We've essentially put our entire economy until like an induced coma. And I I WANNA play for you. Something the global chief economist. For Man Manulife Investments Francis. Donald had to say about this heading into the cove in nineteen shock. There were a lot of things going right for the Canadian economy. Even people would say there's a bubble in housing market in Toronto in. Our economy is not diversified analysis. We were capable of saying we have a lot of immigration which is probably a population growth and we have record. Low unemployment rates in wages are rising pretty quickly and then Colin Nineteen arrives and it comes with this series of shocks that almost as if they were carefully. Crafted pinpointed Canada's largest weaknesses. And so walk me through Natalie how. This crisis has pinpointed Canada's largest weaknesses. That's right so what the Koran viruses don is. It's sort of. It's become the worst case scenario that none of us would have ever predicted in. What do what do I mean by that? In the run-up before these lockdown started always said okay household debt is really high but the thing is nothing's going to happen to the housing market. People still have their jobs and if we still have immigration well guess what we suddenly have this unfathomable situation wear one out of every three workers applying for emergency income support. I think he would be naive to think that immigrations than keep happening at the pace that it has been happening at the government is likely going to be pulling back on the number of people. Listen to the country Canadians themselves. Don't have jobs and just sort of. It's become much more difficult to to travel on to move. So you've got the two pillars of the housing market that suddenly collapsed in a way that nobody would have foreseen and it also happens to be hitting the sector that has mushroomed to become the biggest part of Canada's GP. And so all of that is sort of this crisis that nobody could have imagined but that really does sort of hit at all of those points in. The Canadian economy. In thing to consider here is well. You know everybody's pointed to how candidate emerged so was so resilient in the face of the global financial crisis. I think what we're seeing now. Is that that buried? Resilience is now turned into a weakness because what pulled us out of the global financial crisis it was consumer spending. It was consumers going on a shopping spree for two decades and now they can't do that anymore. When we come out of this crisis consumers.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

"All right so now that we've talked to Johnny about her initial reactions to this aid package. I want to talk to Peter Armstrong. Cbc Senior Business Correspondent. Hey Peter Thank you so much for making the time today. Hi How are you? I'm doing well thank you. How are you doing? It's a little weird. Isn't it all this working from home? It is it is. I know you were wasting your in quarantine right now for fourteen days eleven more days my daughter has a has a whiteboard upstairs where she's counting. I know I see it. Posted on twitter sometimes still board. It sounds like they're still word beater. We talked to a woman who's been laid off from her restaurant as restaurants are ordered to close here and even with she's worried about making ends meet. You and I are lucky. Were both able to work from home. But can you give me a sense of who else is suddenly finding themselves out of work or with less work right now well with less work or or or work in security? I I would say most Canadians and you know you and I have talked about some of these numbers before Jamie. That sixty six percent of Canadians make less forty seven thousand dollars a year. The two most common jobs in this country are truck driver and retail sales worker. They are not you know getting the hours that they used to get if they're getting hours at all their hourly workers and some companies are paying them a lot of companies. Aren't you know when you think about? The vast majority of jobs in Canada are created by small and medium-sized enterprises right. Like almost seventy percent of private sector workers work for small businesses. Those are people that are deeply worried right now and the whole point of this isn't to solve all of their problems. The whole point of this package is to just try to get money to them as quickly as possible so they can figure out what else to do or how long this is going to last or a bigger program right now. This is just a bridge to get them through the immediate crisis right right. I WAS LISTENING TO FINANCE MINISTER BILL MORE TODAY. The government will be there with you every step along the way and he said his primary job is to make sure that people have the money to keep a roof over their head. This is about saving lives. No Canadian we'll have to worry about protecting their health and putting food on the table which is not usually the primary job of a Finance Minister which brings me to my next question. Have you ever seen anything like this before? And it speaks to exactly the point that that line and Bill Maher knows News conference really stood out to me as well because he said normally very different things. And it's funny in talking to experts and in reading up on previous crises. What what was done in two thousand eight? What was done in every other previous one? You know stimulus packages if you divide the world into monetary and Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy is central banks and they they said interest rates and they buy bonds and they do that kind of stuff. Fiscal Policy is government spending and taxation. The stimulus packages on the fiscal policy. Side are usually pretty straightforward. It's just like make money available. It doesn't really matter where people spend or how they spend it just lower interest rates. People will will get that money. It doesn't matter what they spend it on just so long as they're sort of shouldering the burden and dragging the economy along with them. This is such a different crisis in that as they say what they need here. The primary goal is to make sure people can pay rent. Keep a roof over their heads and keep groceries in the fridge. And so how do you do that? And there is a supply side shock here. There's a demand side shock here. There's a confidence shock here. And I think all of the various models whether you're an insurance company or a government or a central banker of big business you'd model out forecasting for like. What do we do in this scenario? What do we do in that scenario? The problem with this scenario is it's like every imaginable scenario all happening at the same time right this incredible cumulative effect so i WanNa talk about what was put on the table on Wednesday? So far we've been hearing about IAE. People have the option to apply for like Chandy although she wasn't able to get through the servers but of course not everyone is eligible for because they weren't working enough hours to qualify or because their self employed or a GIG economy worker for example. So what's being made available to help people in those positions? That's probably the headline at of all of this temporary income support. If you lose your job and you do not qualify for we will be introducing a cove in one thousand nine hundred emergency support benefit to help you. This will apply also to people who are self employed and have to close shop because of the virus and essentially it's EAE for people who don't normally have access to e e there's within that sort of for people who are self employed or don't qualify for the interesting thing in this and I I mean it's a laundry list of proposals that they have here or a small business owners for example a lot of people who keep their employees on the payroll if they don't have any revenue coming in the government is offering a ten percent wage subsidy temporary wage subsidy for a period of three months to encourage them. The Prime Minister says to keep those employees on the payroll. They're also increasing the G. S. T. credit. I know it's a lot of information. But this was all handed to us just through this press conference Increasing the GST credit as well as a six month moratorium on student loan. What's interesting to me is in that debate. We saw developing in the last couple of days a lot in the United States. But even here. Among economists people were saying just cut a check. Send a thousand dollars fifteen hundred bucks two thousand dollars to every Canadian and just get the money out there. The interesting thing about that. Is that what it required a whole new system figure out everybody get them all into one list figure out who your cutting the check to and send it to them. What they've done. In a lot of cases here is piggybacked on existing programs the candidate child benefit for example the GST tax rebate for example. The these are ways of getting money out the door way faster than they could've otherwise to make sure that they can address in specifically addressed the people at the lowest end of of the income scale. Who are going to be hit the hardest. And we'll need this money both I and kind of the most okay and the government also announced assistance for small businesses. We will provide employers of small businesses with a temporary wage. Subsidy equal to ten percent of salary paid to employees for a period of three months. This will encourage employers to keep staff on the payroll during these uncertain times. How's is that going to work? This is actually really interesting. Ten percent wage subsidy up to twenty five thousand dollars per employer. It's a Max of one thousand. Three hundred seventy five dollars per employee And again it's about reaching to those who actually employ the most Canadians not the big companies that employ the big numbers. A bunch of small guys employ two three workers here and there and giving them some money to try to keep people on the payroll to try to supplement just to get them through until not necessarily until this thing's over until the health crisis has has sorted itself out but mostly right now just to get them through phase one and then let's see what else is needed. Because I think everybody has agreed. This is phase one there are many more phases to come in terms of the financial relief. We're going to need to get through the broader health crisis while we are taking a significant step today to help families through these challenging times. Our government is prepared to do more in the time is right. We will announce more long term investments to assist with recovery and help Canadians get back to their daily lives. Peter I wonder how. How long can these small businesses survive this even with a ten percent wage relief or even more than that down the road? You Know Jamie that. It's a very good. It's very important question and I don't think anybody knows but I think what we do know. Is those businesses operate on incredibly tight merges and especially the smaller? They get the tighter those those margins are and the less likely they are to get a federal bailout from the government so you know the sad and frankly from an economic perspective. One of the most tragic parts of this is that those small businesses those those tiny little shops that really make up the character of our neighborhoods inner cities and and our entire towns and that become places that we drop in and out of and and go to see recognize and no everybody at some of them. Just aren't gonNA survive. This will be nuclear event for some small businesses and medium sized businesses. And no matter how much support they get from the government. The wage of this crisis is simply.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on Front Burner

"Okay earlier this year. UK Prime Minister. Boris Johnson was asked by an interviewer what he did to relax what. What was his answer? Peter he makes it a model train yes board and are you remember that. I'm just GonNa say peers always on his phone and I now know what he's doing useless facts about world leader. I mean this story was really fascinating to meet you because there was like this theory that develop that one of the reasons why Boris Johnson said. This was because he wanted to make the Google search like lower for that horrible rable Brexit bus that he supported that drove around the UK and had all of these like completely wrong facts about the EU on it. So a lot of people speculated that he talked about these model buses so that it would be the first thing that came up in the Google search anyways no proof of that very entertaining okay speaking of the UK what what back to do with the border in Northern Ireland was one of the big issues that delayed brexit in the UK. What did that come to be known as Yup? Yeah the Irish backstop an old. That's an old tune I learned the backstop. You can't say the lyrics diplomats posted to what countries the Canadian government as serious am in bonus points. What was the name of this mysterious eight Lomas the name of what this mysterious illness like? What was it called? O H Irish. Beck's uh-huh Syndrome Havana Syndrome Anna Syndrome. Perfect Kitty don't go away to Peter. Now that was just two points he just got closing this round My favorite TV show of all time. Let's head at very bittersweet year for me. This is Fraser. I honestly I am. I supposed autism. I love when they get to the scrambled eggs here. That's the best part of this case. Then you're not GonNa get this. I don't think what out of place item made it into hugh an episode during the final controversial. Game of Thrones Elevates Ladies Coffee Coffee Cup of Coffee Cup in the back is holding copy the has made it in. Game of thrones okay. Can we get a tally from the control. Room for Peter's leading five. PS Four. Tom Three two guys is is anybody's game at this point. Let's get some music for this. You ready okay. Jagmeet Singh face a tough election race to earn a seat in the House of Commons. In what easy riding jury I have to ring the brandy south. Sorry not sorry to say I'm GONNA give it to Alameda. I'm sorry as you get one point for the first time in two hundred years. The royal leader of what country abdicated the throne. This is hard. Yep Yeah I don't know yet. Read the question one more time for the first time in two hundred years. Leader of what. country advocated the person's new leading protests in Hong Kong were sparked by a bill that would have allowed China more power to do what extradite the prisoners Yup Mexican drug lord. Joaquin Guzman was sentenced to life plus thirty years in a New York court. What is nicknamed El Chapo El Chapo? I was very close. I'M GONNA give it to Tom. ANTEA along Marines. A long simmering dispute between Canada and the Philippines resulted in the return of a number of shipping containers of of what what is what does walked this sparkman joy get hurt. Someone's it's GonNa get hurt English name Y F. Oh Mum on Joe always also to go by. I know this is hard edge. Look Oh she starts with an Amtrak just bringing with even ask Samantha very close. Oh maranda every now. No maybe. Sabrina Margaret Atwood released a sequel to her classic but the handmaid's tale. What was it called festivus what? US Fast Fashion Company went belly up in two thousand nineteen all over Evers Yup into forever. Twenty one over twenty one. I'd I've got a half point for that. He wouldn't have got loose forever. Seventeen both uh-huh uh-huh and how we say it said. US MCAA board okay. We're done so let's ask view one. What do we have? What do we have final? Tally is only in his just seven. Tom Five Peter six elementary. Nobody stole some point. You totally. This is why I'm so bad at winning. I'm I'm still standing by that trivial. Only one kind of smarts and even though you don't be good kind of sports right since he won it's like one of the best that'd be great gloat. That's what I would have done. It's what people are waiting as what they want. That news quiz was a lot of fun. We didn't in front of our lives studio audience in Toronto earlier in December a big. Thank you to who all our guests on the live. Show Tom Power Element Abdul by mood Ph at a potty and Peter Armstrong. That's all for today. Thanks so much for listening to front burner and see you tomorrow..

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KGO 810

"Alexa KGO eight ten once again Peter Armstrong in Jedi healthcare system the court has ruling on obamacare don't with obamacare yeah I am surprised confused and and perplexed why not reach out to the health care guru Craig got walls tourney law benefit consultant and expert to help understand what the heck's going on Craig how are you Sir I'm good Hey Christmas Jack in jail thank you same to you and yours thanks for the is super cute pictures of your your dog I've share them with my daughter and she is here and enjoy them very much also listen who knew the courts were still trying the obamacare what does this ruling mean so to you and your listeners should have the same level of disdain and a warrant out it to miss if that's a word for this topic if they do for impeachment at this point this is I laugh and ice golf when I read the news reports on this and I hear that people like David Nimrod saying that it's a big deal it is absolutely not a big deal okay go out yeah if you if you are a law professor and you want to attack this issue he from a a a a law a lot of classroom environment you might you might have fun with it but here's the reality guys the reality is from a macro political economic standpoint the individual mandate is useless and has been dead since twenty thirteen twenty fourteen remember we had a Supreme Court case in twenty twelve that Supreme Court case was about whether or not the federal government could compel you to purchase a private good you did not want to purchase namely healthcare John Roberts past the deciding vote in that case and he said well we're gonna save the individual mandate because we're gonna say if that tax and because of the tax the federal government to compel you to do it and so the law stands now what does that mean well the law stands means that all of the twenty two original taxes in the law and mandates and the original projections of the law every projection of which was a one hundred percent as favorable to the federal government as could be projected that the law was going to cost just under one trillion dollars and that was important when the law passed in twenty ten and it was important in those first couple years to make the law look legitimate right but the reality is is soon as that spring court case went through the Democrats in the Obama administration started to realize what wall it does look good for us to start penalizing our constituents who don't want to buy a bomber Kerr it's not very healthy it doesn't it's not a good look for us to go to the the down now the downtrodden the people who had a death in the family the people out of bankruptcy that year and say Hey you guys have to purchase health insurance or we're going to find you and the Democrats very quickly realized that we're not gonna get reelected if we walk down this route so if you'll remember we talked about this years ago starting in about twenty fourteen the federal government through the regulatory process and we all know how we feel about regulations on the arms from the Getty shall started passing exemptions to the individual mandate we got up to thirty two exemptions to the individual mandate and if you'll remember my favorite exemption allies if you try to log on to the website and the website didn't work then the individual mandate does not apply to you so as Joe is Joe with the times that this is nothing more than an IQ test you have to be very very low IQ solo argue that the military would take you in order to not have to deal with the individual mandate so what does that mean well that meant a lot of people that didn't want to buy insurance didn't buy it that meant that healthy people weren't in the system that meant that premiums lineup that didn't really bother anybody because when premiums go up the law works to fund all the insurance companies even more and the price of the law went from just under a trillion dollars to just under two trillion dollars in schools listen just to summarize we're getting we're getting into a lot of detail here but to summarize the individual mandate is never existed in a in a real way only occurs yeah it's only existed for something like two to four percent of the population okay and then in in twenty seventeen as part of the tax plan that truck passed through Democrats and Republicans agreed yeah the individual mandate useless but because we want to save face and we don't want to totally repeal it will just make the penalty for those who don't buy insurance zero so starting in twenty seventeen we haven't had an individual mandate by law anyway so the argument now that the individual mandate is necessary to keep this law a float that argument only works if you are a federal government that believes we have to have our books balance and of course we've just been we've been witnessing we don't believe that we are twenty two twenty three trillion dollars in debt nobody cares I'm a little tired out sorry I understand so okay got walls a healthcare gurus online so health care might be a giant issue for twenty twenty but the particular ending of the mandate as Axelrod's wrong about that that's not going to be an issue he's wrong and you said it earlier in the show Jack because nobody neither Republicans nor Democrats are going to get rid of insurance for kids up to twenty six are not going to get rid of prior it pre existing condition protections and they're not going to get rid of the federal transfers the subsidies to buy insurance in the obamacare exchanges those are here forever and they're not going anywhere so whether or not we have an individual mandate that shrinks the cost of the law a minuscule amount in the grand scheme of things totally irrelevant okay there you have it now this is probably the only place in America you're gonna hear that right your facts are indisputable Craig Craig got walls attorney law benefit to a consultant you can find more is Twitter handles at bay then at revolution that he'd have to see that in print yeah then okay revolution a revolution a benefit daft's revolution dot com's website or just a it reach out to us and we'll put you into the in touch if you need help with benefits and that sort of thing Craig thanks for the info thanks guys yet we'll talk soon so never mind that's not a big deal right okay how about that I misspoke well what's coming up your news Marshall al battle over the impeachment trial in the Senate really heating up will it actually happened heating up like a Twitter war heats up though that's my whole point about the modern times how do you like a democratic debate for Christmas well you got one warming jams causing a rise in premature births what do you think there's any chance the Nancy actually like pulled the plug on this thing I would be so delighted by that it's like getting a pony for Christmas I can't even think about it because I don't want my hopes to be that high and then they said be so strange I assume working with Chuck Schumer they they try to make it look like we couldn't get a fair trial so we didn't there was no point in going and had a predetermined outcome by a crooked process Mitch McConnell said himself he's not an impartial juror saying we're not going to put the American people through it's not inconceivable that might even be a good might even be a good tactic I don't know face saving because there there's not there's very little to gain from the Democrats for the Democrats at this point now everybody's gonna sit there rolling their eyes as they go through the rigmarole then they'll quit trumpet wall move on with their life the old.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The writer of taxi driver starring ethan hawke as a pastor who experiences a crisis of faith when a young woman asks him to confront her radical environmentalist husband now in select theaters and by the listeners of k q e d this is weekend edition from npr news i'm lou garcia navarro good morning here are some words i never thought i'd be saying the united states is in a fight with canada as president trump arrives for summit with north korean dictator kim jong un while on air force one on his way to singapore the president sent out an extraordinary series of tweets targeting canada's prime minister justin trudeau accusing him of making false statements and of being dishonest and week at the heart of the disagreement is trade here's president trump as he was leaving the g seven meeting with like the piggy bank then everybody's robbing and that ends joining us now from toronto for reaction is peter armstrong cbc host of the show on the money good morning good morning you know peter canada has always been one of america's most reliable ally so i'm wondering what the reaction has been there you know it's funny yesterday and even through the discarding it's like just wave of confusion and people's i just scratching their heads say what earth is going on how did this of all things go so incredibly sidelines at the very outset justin trudeau donald trump appeared to have a really good relationship but hey this charm offensive from the canadians donated went to the white house all these things with they appear to be working and then increasingly just over the last few months it's clearly been coming off the rails and now guess and especially the confusion comes because justin trudeau what he actually said that apparently the president so much was by any measure frankly pretty canadian all that you know it wasn't a particularly tough response yeah what's interesting flame president trump was this statement we're gonna play it now that trudeau at a press concert conference trudeau gave after the g seven canadians polite were reasonable but we also will not be pushed around so yeah that pre measured there you know so i gotta ask you the.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Thank you this is weekend edition from npr news i'm lou garcia navarro good morning here are some words i never thought i'd be saying the united states is in a fight with canada as president trump arrives for summit with north korean dictator kim jong un while on air force one on his way to singapore the president sent out an extraordinary series of tweets targeting canada's prime minister justin trudeau accusing him of making false statements and of being quote dishonest and week at the heart of a disagreement is trait here's president trump as he was leaving the g seven meeting will like the piggy bank that everybody's robbing and that ends joining us now from toronto for reaction is peter armstrong cbc host of the show on the money good morning good morning peter canada has always been one of america's most reliable allies so i'm wondering what the reaction has been there you know it's funny yesterday and even to the scoring it's like this just wave of confusion and people's i just scratching their heads what on earth is going on here how did this of all things go so incredibly cyrus at the very outset justin trudeau and donald trump appeared to have a really good relationship right there was this charm offensive from the canadians the native went to the white house all of these things with they appear to be working and then increasingly just over the last few months it's clearly been coming off the rails and now this and especially the confusion comes because just in what he actually said that apparently over the president so much was by any measure frankly pretty canadian all that you know it wasn't a particularly for inflame president trump was the statement we're gonna play it now the trudeau at a press conference trudeau gave after the seven canadians polite were reasonable but we also will not be pushed around so yeah that pretty measured there you know so i gotta ask you the.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Glad everything worked out all right thanks all right sir all right that will do it for today thanks to john for his time no i know there are some good reasons why bullpen usage has evolved the way that it has but when i listened to him talk about how little he cared about roles and knowing when he would be coming into the game i can't help but think that the emphasis on that sort of thing has a lot to do with the way players come up in her conditioned and if they don't expect to know their roles maybe they don't need to know their roles so i do wonder whether we'll see some sort of swing back toward that era though probably not all the way if you read my josh hater article you'll see that there are some signs at least that we're getting away from the strict one inning or less standard appearance russell carlton road at bp earlier this year that we need to bring back the one time through the order guy he called it the auto and maybe enter miller chris events jeff hater is relievers represent the first rumblings that we're getting there but not everyone is josh hater and not everyone was john hiller wanted to mention in the women's college world series which is going on right now one of the teams the washington huskies has a left handed catcher and the helm she's a freshman not quite as unusual in south ball as it is in baseball but just about this time last year we talked to a left handed catcher johnny wheaton who is with florida gators so if you're interested that was episode one thousand sixty nine you can go back and listen to that and you can also support this podcast i co into patriot dot com slash effectively wild following five listeners have already signed up in some small monthly amount or in some cases not so small monthly amount career bench warmers peter armstrong sam hutchins jeremy hayden and matthew mud whose name is not much to me you can join our facebook group at facebook dot com slash groups sasha effectively wild and you can rate in review and subscribe to affectively wild on i tunes keep your questions and comments for me and jeff coming maybe we'll do an end of the.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us and canada are usually in lockstep but that relationship is being tested right now trade between the countries is uncertain if president trump wants to change the terms of the north american free trade agreement he's lee called nafta the worst trade deal ever signed and that's put negotiations over the agreement on hedge our own lulu garcia navarro is reporting from canada this week she's been getting the view from our northern border and she joins us from british columbia lulu high and what have you been hearing as you're up there would howard canadians viewing the relations if with the us right now yeah i am actually sending on a pretty busy road it leads into the united states so there's a lot of trucks rumbling past vancouver the main city in british columbia and bridge columbia generally is of course a border region and um i've spent a lot of time talking to canadians and i've spent a long time canada over the years and i have to say i have been pretty surprised about some of the reactions to what is happening in the united states right now i was talking to a two canadians for example last night at the comedy club they were on their honeymoon in vancouver they were there to see an american comic and they said you know all these see on television here is our president trump i'm others of express their concerns about you know america's stability they're saying that it seems that the us is so divided right now and and it is a cause for concern with this past week the latest round of negotiations overnight after wrapped up they will be continued but headlines right now are using words like collapse and demise would are canadian saying about them yeah these toxic getting a lot of attention here because much is at stake out for canadian industry almost eighty percent of all exports in canada go in one direction and that is south to the united states some gonna bring in an expert peter armstrong he is the host of the cdc show on the money peter good morning good morning me explain to us what canada is.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Concerned about with these talks well i i mean i think everybody here would tell you that nafta's actually worked at really well i spoke to the head of a of labor union that fought nafta tooth and nail back when it was being negotiated is now saying listen we really need to defend central tenets it is be good for trade that we're talking about a trillion dollars in trilateral trade between mexico canada and the us and it's not just that trade and not back and forth across he's open borders you know 600 some million dollars between canada and the us alone when you're talking about something that's that deeply in twined in that deeply integrated and making major changes to it and know if you take both robert white house with rid representative and you as president donald trump if there were they want to tear it up well then that gets really scary and it it i mean you know a fifth of jobs in canada are linked to trade you know the our oil business is is tied directly to the united states this is a huge deal for us and you know the old the old lying about canada the us is that it's like sleeping with an elephant it's it's all well and good but if the often rolls over he got to be really careful who will appear if if canadians think this this deal is great for canada do they see any any sign that that argument will we'll get anywhere with president trump who thinks it's a bad deal for the united states with the main probably come up against is that were not argue in the same facts you know i don't wanna get in the weeds on a trade deficit or trade surplus with us says there's a trade deficit with canada when even the trade representative's office numbers showed that the us has a trade surplus with canada and has left the people here scratching their heads wondering well how do you in the guy go see it against that it's a little bit like arguing against smoke you just pushes out of the way when you push added and and they're they're really struggling with them from k peter armstrong from the cbc thanks for joining us now you've and.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Capitol the us and canada are usually in lockstep but that relationship is being tested right now trade between the countries is on certain if president trump wants to change the terms of the north american free trade agreement he's repeatedly called nafta the worst trade deal ever signed and that's put negotiations over the agreement on edge our own lulu garcia navarro is reporting from canada this week she's been getting the view from our northern border and she joins us from british columbia aol liu high and what have you been hearing as you're up there would howard canadians viewing the relationship with the us right now yeah i am actually sending on a pretty busy road it leads into the united states has a lot of trucks rumbling past vancouver the main city in british columbia anchorage colombia generally is of course a border region and i spent a lot of time talking in two canadians and i've seen a longtime canada over the years and a half to say i've been pretty surprised about some of the reactions to what is happening in the united states right now i was talking to add two canadians for example last night at a comedy club there were on their honeymoon in vancouver there were there to see an american comic and they said you know all these the on television here is our president trump i'm others have expressed their concerns about you know america's stability they're saying that it seems that the us is so divided right now and and it is a cause for concern well this past week the latest round of negotiations overnight after wrapped up they will be continued but headlines right now or using words like collapse and is what are canadian thing about them yet these talks are getting a lot of attention here because much is at stake for canadian industry almost eighty percent of all exports in canada go in one direction and that is south to the united states i'm going to bring in an expert peter armstrong he is the host of the cdc show on the money peter good morning good morning thanks for having me explain to us what canada is.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us and canada are usually in lockstep but that relationship is being tested right now trade between the countries is on certain if president trump wants to change the terms of the north american free trade agreement he's repeatedly called nafta the worst trade deal ever signed and that's put negotiations over the agreement on edge our own lulu garcia navarro is reporting from canada this week she's been getting the view from our northern border and she joins us from british columbia hail liu high and what have you been hearing as you're up there would howard canadians viewing the relationship with the us right now yeah i am actually sending on a pretty busy road it leads into the united states has a lot of trucks rumbling past vancouver the main city in british columbia anchorage colombia generally is of course a border region and um i spent a lot of time talking in two canadians and i've seen a long time canada over the years and a half to say i have been pretty surprised about some of the reactions to what is happening in the united states right now i was talking to add two canadians for example last night at a comedy club there were on their honeymoon in vancouver there were there to see an american comic and they said you know all these see on television here is our president trump i'm others of expressed their concerns about you know america's stability they're saying that it seems that the us is so divided right now and and it is a cause for concern with this past week the latest round of negotiations overnight after wrapped up they will be continued but headlines right now are using words like collapse and demise what are canadian saying about them yet these talks are getting a lot of attention here because much is at stake for canadian industry uh almost eighty percent of all exports in canada go in one direction and that is south to the united states some going to bring in an expert peter armstrong he is the host of the cdc show on the money peter them morning good morning thanks for having me explain to us what canada is.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cdc show on the money peter good morning good morning thanks for having me explain to us what canada is concerned about with these talks well i i mean i think everybody here would tell you that nafta's actually worked at really well i spoke to the head of a of labor union that font nafta tooth and nail back when it has been negotiated is now saying listen we really need to defend it central tenets that it's been good for trade that we're talking about a trillion dollars in trilateral trade between mexico canada and the us and it's not just that trade and not back and forth across he's open borders you know 600 some million dollars between canada and the us alone when you're talking about something that's that deeply in twined in that deeply integrated and making major changes to it in and if you take both robert white house or the trade representative and us president trump trump at the word they want to tear it up well then that gets really scary in it i mean you know a fifth of jobs in canada are linked to trade you know the our oil business is is tied directly to the united states this is a huge deal for us and you know the hold the old line about kennedy u is that it's like sleeping an elephant it's it's all well and good but if you often rolls over you've got to be really careful we'll we'll peter if if canadians think this this deal is great for canada do they see any any sign that that argument will we'll get anywhere with president trump why he thinks that's a bad deal for the united states with the main problem we come up against is that we're not arguing the same faxon you know i don't want to get in the weeds on a trade deficit or trade surplus with us says there's a trade deficit with canada when even the trade representative's office numbers show that the us has a trade surplus with canada and has left the people here scratching their heads wondering well how do you negotiate against that it's a little bit like arguing against smoke you just pushes out of the way when you push added and and they're they're really struggling with it from k peter armstrong from the cbc thanks for joining us now you bet and.

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"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"peter armstrong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us and canada are usually in lockstep with that relationship is being tested right now trade between the countries is on certain if president trump wants to change the terms of the north american free trade agreement he's repeatedly called nafta the worst trade deal ever signed and that's put negotiations over the agreement on hedge our own lulu garcia navarro is reporting from canada this week she's been getting the view from our northern border and she joins us from british columbia hail liu high and what have you been hearing as you're up there would howard canadians viewing the relationship with the us right now yeah i am actually standing on a pretty busy road it leads into the united states at his lot of trucks rumbling past vancouver the main city in british columbia and british columbia generally is of course a border region and um i spend a lot of time talking in two canadians and i've sort of lunch on canada over the years and i have to say i have been pretty surprised about some of the reactions to what is happening in the united states right now i was talking to add two canadians for example last night at a comedy club they were on their honeymoon in vancouver there were there to see an american comic and they said you know all these see on television here is our president trump i'm others have expressed their concerns about you know america's stability they're saying that it seems that the us is so divided right now and and it is a cause for concern with this past week the latest round of negotiations over nafta wrapped up they will be continued but headlines right now are using words like collapse and is what are canadian saying about that yeah these toxic getting a lot of attention here because much is at stake out for canadian industry almost eighty percent of all exports in canada go in one direction and that is south to the united states some gonna bring in an expert peter armstrong he is the host of the.

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