Let’s use our publicly-owned Bank of Canada to its full potential as per the Act of 1938

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Hank & Eileen Hackett
Dec 2, 2020
Lending interest free money by our publically owned BoC to federal, provincial and municipal governments for healthcare and infrastructure as first outlined in 1938 makes perfect sense. Time we looked at helping our country and its citizens progress rather than allowing the wealthy 1% continue to accumulate more wealth and put nothing back into society. This makes perfect sense!

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WH Lindemann
Nov 24, 2020
The govt needs to obey its laws and not act as if they are above the law

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nathalie LEGAULT
Jul 16, 2020
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Cheryllynn Klassen
Apr 11, 2020
We must get rid of the corrupt central bank

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Susan Hoagland
Mar 17, 2020
My daughter is a single mom with 3 kids.she is a bar tender, server. She cant pay her Bill's with the shut down of bars..

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Mohammad Pathan
Mar 17, 2020
I wish he wons so that i can buy a house in Canada. Have been living on rent for ages.

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Silvana Boragine
Mar 17, 2020
It’s important to help those who will not be able to work and pay bills without interest In These terrible times.

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Hamza Khan
Mar 17, 2020
Fiscal and monetary reform brings justice. Particularly moving away from interest loans means that the system is no longer in favour of a few over a vast majority. Interest loans are a means of oppression of the majority by an already wealthy few.

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Gerhardt Lepp
1 year ago
The system is rigged against the people and in favour of the 1%. This will not stand.

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May Mickelow
1 year ago
I agree that we should return to using the Bank
Of Canada as it was intended to
Be by the legislation