Saturday, April 22, 2017

Edmonton Journal 21 hrs · Total spending in the country rose 3.5 per cent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year,

Total spending in the country rose 3.5 per cent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year,

While Canadian credit and debit card spending was up for the first three months of the year, Albertans bucked the trend by using their cards less,...
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Julie Ali It's best just to carry one credit card. More than one is just a temptation. It's also best to pay for the debt every month so it isn't going to sink your boat. Meanwhile second hand stuff costs a lot less and you can do without. It's pretty easy to live like a student if you are disciplined.
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John Smith What a shock, with the NDP taxing us to death and burning the economy down, I would have expected consumers to spend like crazy! We already get free light bulbs so there must be money left over right?
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Teri Badiuk Hahaha! You truly are an idiot.
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Harvey Bishop We have been paying taxes of various sorts for many years in Alberta. Also, the economy has been in decline since 2014. The economy has been in decline before too.
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Julie Ali Teri Badiuk It is possible to comment without insulting folks. If he wants to blame the NDP for the overspending of citizens it's his right. Insulting him isn't nice.
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