SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileStarting now, CBC News teams at The National and Power Politics are on the case, chasing down answers to this week’s question from our federal politicians. We’ll report back with our answers later this week.Submissions for our next Your Question Period subject are open now. If you submitted a suggestion that wasn’t successful in this round, please feel free to submit it again.Which question should CBC News chase down?(trends)(This poll is not scientific.
You can buy a property with income in FranceUnlike Britain, France is a big country that is sparsely populated, and nowhere more so than Limousin. Here you can afford land and space. You can afford to live in the country, and do so with the mortgage hanging like a millstone around your neck..
Besides that, pull ups work your back muscles more than your biceps. So I would suggest using water bottles or jugs, or anything else you can come up with, or resistance bands if you happen to have a pair. Do 3 to 4 sets until you can feel those biceps burning..
Branding and identity has almost become a science. It was not always this way, and for broadcasters in the UK, building a brand around a TV channel was almost unknown until the early 1980s with the arrival of Channel 4. The BBC Television Service started thinking about on screen identity a few years before its monopoly was threatened, with the arrival of the first ITV company in 1955.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileFinance Minister Jim Flaherty says corporate tax cuts create a ‘beneficial circle in Canadian life’ by freeing up more cash for companies to grow their businesses. (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press)By CBC NewsFinance Minister Jim Flaherty has launched a possible pre election defence of the Conservative government’s corporate tax cuts, saying higher taxes mean fewer jobs in Canada.Flaherty’s comments at an Oshawa, Ont., auto systems plant on Wednesday marked the first of a co ordinated series of appearances by Conservative ministers and MPs to defend corporate tax cuts the opposition wants eliminated.The Tories are referring to the cuts as “tax relief for job creators,” and the finance minister hailed the “beneficial circle in Canadian life” they create, giving companies more cash to invest and grow their businesses domestically and hire more Canadians.Flaherty’s announcement on Wednesday morning has stirred discussion in the comments section. CBC Community member DasShrubber sees “corporate profits rising, jobs still being sent offshore, and my personal income taxes rising.” On the other hand, some readers such as Dayton are hopeful, saying “If these tax cuts pass we may be able to return the work force we had in our company before the recession.” Livelylady says these actions form part of “gross financial mismanagement.” “This is not the right thing to do at this time,” the user writes.Do you think cutting corporate taxes will create more benefits to the economy? Take our survey and join the discussion below.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.