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  1. Canada2Australia

    Make Men Masculine Again

    No no, let's continue on with the current propaganda that's being 'spread' around, because it's doing a real good job of bringing unity between the sexes. No divisive thinking therr whatsoever.
  2. Canada2Australia

    Make Men Masculine Again

    You don't undestand (or refuse to accept) the point he is trying to make and are thus content with twisting this all around to distort reality and promote your own personal agenda. This is why I cannot stand modern day femisits, most of whom no longer represent the true meaning and origin of the feminist movement, being equality for the sexes, which was something both men and women could work together towards. Unlike today where the feminazis look only to bring women up at the expense of men, by bringing them down and making them feel ashamed for being men. Young girls are being taught to fear men as we are all apparently inherently evil, and young boys are being taught to feel shame for showing any kinds of masculinity and that they need to be feminine. How can this do anything besides cause more rifts between the sexes and ultimately lead to more people being screwed up mentally? It's deplorable.
  3. Canada2Australia

    The weather in Devonport Tasmania today

    Off and on days of rain and blue skies in Mackay, with temps around 30C every day and humid.
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    Aussie moving to UK permanently with British husband

    Our CPP and OAS are mandatory contributions and controlled by the Feds. Some provinces have set up manditory provincial pension plan program contributions as well.
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    Aussie moving to UK permanently with British husband

    Well that seems fair. You shouldn't be entitled to anymore then what you have paid into it only when living and working in that country. It's the same for Canada, and I have no issues with that. At least we can claim it.
  6. Canada2Australia

    What Have You Learned Today?

    Because they can't build or service bikes if their lives depended on it. They built me one, and the gears, chain and breaks were not working. Brought it back for them to fix. A few days later picked it up, took it for a test ride, and it was as if no one had looked at it. The bike was still a mess. Gave it back to be fixed. I did this three times with them. They even built me another one, and the same issues occured!! Today I had finally had enough and asked for a full refund. It was a total waste of time. Never again.
  7. Canada2Australia

    Aussie moving to UK permanently with British husband

    Interesting, although it still seems like a hassle to deal with. So if you leave the country and never come back, would that mean you will never be able to claim your UK pension, ever?
  8. Canada2Australia

    Aussie moving to UK permanently with British husband

    The whole Pension thing for UK citizens confuses me. For Canadians, from what I have read, my understanding is that there is an agreement between the two countries whereby as long as you work x amount of years, you would qualify for Superannuation (Aus) and Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Security (OAS), no matter which of the two countries you chose to reside in, and recieve all three (I do hope I'm understanding that correctly!!). I would have assumed that a similar agreement between the UK and Aus would have existed as well, but it sounds like that is not the case, unfortunately.
  9. Canada2Australia

    What Have You Learned Today?

    I've learnt that you should never buy a bicycle from Anaconda. Ever.
  10. Canada2Australia

    Never have I....

    Ooops! I meant 20 haha
  11. Canada2Australia

    $9 avocados in australia🥑

    Probably grow our own fruit trees? Doesn't affect me though. I don't eat avocados.
  12. Canada2Australia

    Never have I....

    8 out of 10
  13. Canada2Australia

    Stop the boats!

    BC is expensive in general, and Whistler is even worse because it's one of the top tourist areas in the country. Yeah, I hate the tipping culture as well. Seems more places in Aus are asking for tips, unfortunately.
  14. Canada2Australia

    Stop the boats!

    BC's provincial minimum wage was $11.35/hr in 2017 and increased to $12.65/hr the following year, and next year it will be increased to $15.20/hr. So I don't think your son was being treated unfairly, legally. The federal government does not determine minimum wage rates. Each province sets it own minimum wage rate, so it varies from province to province.
  15. Canada2Australia

    Stop the boats!

    Blink and you will miss it.
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