Looking ahead to 2020-2021

First of all, congratulations on making it through the school year just past. The school shutdowns mandated in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 and the move to online learning posed a great many challenges to students, teachers and parents. However, in true Canadian fashion, people adapted and learned and remained connected.

Looking ahead towards the next school year is an act of clairvoyance at this point in time. That being the case, I fully expect that schools will only order books as the situation becomes more clear as we move into late August. The good thing is that I have a very fast turnaround time, so orders placed in Ontario will be delivered within a week while orders placed in B.C. can be delivered within 12 or 13 days.

Finally, I invite people to read my most recent triad of articles, “Understanding the Affordability Crisis,” “Destroying the Debt Bomb, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Deflation” and “Essential Work and B.S. Jobs.”

As the old economics saying goes, “the solution to high prices is high prices.” This current crisis could be just what the global economy needs to liquidate debt and reset our economies to favour production and discourage speculation.

All the best for a restful and recuperative summer vacation.

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