SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA report from TD Economics suggests that one in 10 Canadian households could find themselves in serious financial hot water if interest rates are hiked, according to a Canadian Press release.As easy borrowing has become increasingly widespread, chief economic Craig Alexander notes that personal debt levels have risen greatly, and he expects debt levels to increase faster than income, which could cause serious problems for those carrying a high level of debt already, as the interest rate inevitably rises.According to Alexander, Canadians with debt need to work to reduce debt levels now, while the interest rate is low. Currently, the Bank of Canada is holding its key lending rate at one per cent.Are you struggling with household debt? Take our survey, and let us know your debt reducing strategies in the comments section below.Are you struggling with household debt?online survey(This is not a scientific survey. It is based on readers’ responses).Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
The recording will surely be a massive popular success (as well as a popular holiday gift), considering it hit the top of the pre sale charts three months before it hit stores. In light of that fact, it seems silly to evaluate the songs based on typical critical criteria if you enjoy Boyle’s singing, you’ll likely appreciate every one of the soaring, aspirational ballads on I Dreamed A Dream. The real question is whether the other tracks on the album deliver the same weepy emotional punch as Boyle’s original Britain’s Got Talent performance.Here’s a track by track tour of I Dreamed A Dream, complete with an assessment of each song’s relative tearjerker factor:Wild Horses: The quiet piano, staid tempo and billowing strings add an sombre tone to this version of the Rolling Stones ballad.
Brilliance is whatever you feel it is, it doesn’t always have to be about smarts. It can be about what you do and how you do it. There is not just one thing that is considered brilliance. I use radio headphones bought from Radio Shack in the USA for $25. The plastic joins are falling apart so I fix them (as I do my trousers) with gaffer tape. Senior managers at the ABC are apoplectic about this and urge me to get a phone with an app for a mere $900.