There is a devastating situation in Canada that has earned little respect from our media, and yet an entire sector of our population is suffering. We as concerned citizens, must reach deep in our hearts and our pocketbooks to end this.
Unless we can raise $100,000,000,000 by midnight tonight, I'm afraid the entire corporate welfare state will collapse.
Yes folks. I hope you're sitting down. Bank executives are having to ... I'm having trouble even finding the words ... TAKE A CUT IN PAY!
That's a cut of $400,000. How will he manage? Maybe I could send him Mike Harris's old menu that he provided to those who saw their welfare benefits cut by 42%. Mostly beans and tuna, but at least Louis will be getting his protein. Poor man will have to keep his strength up for the troubling times ahead.
National Bank of Canada chief executive officer Louis Vachon saw his pay in 2010 slip from 2009 as the bank fell short of its earnings target, the bank said Thursday. According to the bank's management proxy circular, Mr. Vachon took home a total of about $5.2-million last year, compared with $5.6-million in 2009.
We could send him the senate report on poverty, but Stephen Harper threw it in the trash.
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