CANADIANA [Off Topic]

How do you feel about Canada as a nation?


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mikees3

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It’s easier to stay musically “cool” though, since music tends to transcend through various aspects of “cool culture”.

As a lover of House, Techno and everything electronic - I’ll be cool forever! 😎
House and electronic will forever be cool fam!
 

hooj

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I like Orbital and Underworld. Does that count?
To me it does. But the young cats won’t appreciate. It’s like telling someone today you like RnB and you reference Luther Vandross, or that you love HipHop and reference Big Daddy Kane or Grandmaster Flash.

You’re too OG for them.
 

hooj

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Kurt Halfyard

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Every time Ontario people @@@@@ about electricity, they should be sent the rates of major USA cities. And Hawaii. Despite all the political rhetoric, we still have cheap (and green) electricity here. Particularly if you make use of the off-peak times for doing certain high energy tasks (like laundry, dishwahser, and vehicle charging). No we will never be able to compare to 100% hydro districts like Quebec, Manitoba and British Colombia, but still, it's manageable.

The average U.S. retail price of electricity is about 10 cents per kilowatt-hour. Hawaiians pay a whopping 34 cents per kilowatt-hour — nearly 3.5 times the U.S. average and more than double the second-highest state electricity price of 16 cents per kilowatt-hour in Alaska
 

hooj

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Every time Ontario people @@@@@ about electricity, they should be sent the rates of major USA cities. And Hawaii. Despite all the political rhetoric, we still have cheap (and green) electricity here. Particularly if you make use of the off-peak times for doing certain high energy tasks (like laundry, dishwahser, and vehicle charging). No we will never be able to compare to 100% hydro districts like Quebec, Manitoba and British Colombia, but still, it's manageable.

The average U.S. retail price of electricity is about 10 cents per kilowatt-hour. Hawaiians pay a whopping 34 cents per kilowatt-hour — nearly 3.5 times the U.S. average and more than double the second-highest state electricity price of 16 cents per kilowatt-hour in Alaska
That’s why Quebec was a huge local for cannabis companies looking to grow and expand. They really only have two major costs when growing.

Water.
Hydro.
 
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