To my valued readers, I wish you a happy Canada Day. I have been a trifle busy with life, and haven’t been able to post any rants about money lately (I have them, I just haven’t had time to post them).
It is a long weekend here in Ottawa and an INCREDIBLY long weekend down in the U.S., so enjoy this folks, don’t be fiscally silly, but also have fun folks.
Some topics coming down the pipe soon:
- Pensions and retirement
- My company (I try not to mention them by name, but I think you can guess who they are), has decided to revamp my pension plan, and now my retirement plans need to be changed (drastically)
- The price of school, and other interesting topics.
Other Canada Days
- In 2006 I gave a rather demure Happy Canada Day Cheer
- 2007 was another fine Happy Canada Day kind of year.
- In 2008 we started showing a big Canadian Flag Happy Canada Day
- For 2009 Happy Canada Day mentioned that July 1st is moving day in Montreal
- Happy Canada Day 2010 has another big flag and some of the NFB vignettes
- In 2012 we start with NFB vignettes to celebrate Canada Day
- Canada Day in 2013 just had a big flag
- What was exciting in 2014? Happy Canada Day for one!
- Happy Canada Day 2015 with a definition of Canada as well
- In 2017 Plenty of Happy Canada Day revelry to celebrate Canada 150
- With the arrival of 2020 one more Happy Canada Day post
Fourth of July
We mustn’t forget our family down south.
- What does the 4th of July mean to Canadians? Not as much as Americans, but it does look like a fun party to watch.
- What is the 4th of July is a follow-on to the previous post.