If you Google Canada’s population, you get the 2011 statistic stating that there were 34.48 million people. The OP in this post mentions that there are 31 million people. Know what that means?
Lamebook is posting old material.
Do the math folks…
I don’t know so long as the money being used to build roads is really helping people it’s a stupid complaint. However if it’s like my city where the roads that are terrible continually get ignored but the roads around the rich peoples homes get repaved about every other year, I can understand the annoyance.
The company I work for (a big name chain of stores) has sweepstake contests every now and again and, if you read the fine print, it says that if a resident of Canada wins, they have to pass a math test in order to win.
I was always confused about that bit, but now I’m not.
Canadians aren’t allowed to win a sweepstakes by luck, alone. There has to be skill involved.
Thus, what we win by luck is a chance at a math skill testing question! That’s perfectly legal. We’ve won nothing of value via luck.
I’ve won plenty of math skill testing questions over the years. Especially during mc d’s monopoly month.
You can have all the sweepstakes you want if the winner only wins a math skill testing question.
A successful skill testing answer tho can win millions of dollars no problem.
I hope that gives someone something cliff claven worthy to share over dinner tomorrow.