And now after years of interest rates at zero, the Fed again is raising rates. Veterans of the Great Recession are unsure where the next major crisis will erupt. “To borrow from Tolstoy, every happy market is the same, but every crisis market is different in its own way,” Nicholas Colas of DataTrek Research said..
I’m not sure if the floors I play on are dirtier now than they’ve ever been but the traction this time around was pretty slippery more often than not. When I’d slip, I would eventually stop, allowing me to continue moving in whichever direction. But I felt I was skidding into my direction change rather than just changing direction without a second thought.
In Stranger Things, we follow a band of noble cute kids who bond over X Men (another reference to a story wherein a girl unleashes a force she can handle.) Anyway, these misfits have a lot in common with those other misfits in The Goonies. The kids in Stranger Things, who have never done a bad thing in their lives besides throwing an imaginary fire ball in Dungeons and Dragons, are supposed to come up with a master plan to overthrow an all powerful creature from another dimension. And in Goonies, the squad is also very innocent.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileHundreds of insightful comments rolled in during our quest to determine which food is Canada’s most iconic. (iStock)Maple syrup reigns supreme as the winner of our “Most Canadian Food” poll, but it wasn’t an easy rise to the top for this national sweetener.Debate over which one food, if any, should represent our country was hot, with foodies pulling hard for their choices on Twitter, Facebook, and in the comment section of our stories.”Bannok is the one trans Canadian food” ThePeg, Winnipeg Manitoba”I would suggest looking to your backyards to discover the uniqueness of Canada.Maple syrup on ice cream, Ostrich fiddleheads (very glad to see I’m not the only one who enjoys this little spring delights), Moose stew, Fried walleye (nothing beats a good fish fry! mmm)” Menina deVerde, Thunder Bay, Ont.”I’m fond of ‘simple prairie food’ myself: fresh potatoes and peas and carrots from the garden, some grilled chicken or steak seasoned with salt and pepper, and for dessert, some Saskatoon pie.” Cynical Spinster”I grew up in a rural town in Eastern Ontario, corn on the cob cooked on the BBQ in the summer is fantastic! Salmon cooked on a plank is excellent (with a dill and sour cream sauce on the side)!” Natalie89″I have to go with Poutine! I remember that day well, it was a tragedy that ended in success. A busy street, an out of control cheese truck, an innocent man on his first day delivering hot gravy, and of course, the Chip Truck that was in the middle of it all.