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We wish to express our gratitude to the following people (and others who preferred remaining anonymous) who generously took the time to help in the development of the site by giving marketing or technical comments, or by acting as a kind of reading committee and giving comment on initial drafts of the material which led to the creation of the site:

 

André Delisle, Jacques Charest, Marylène Fallon, Raymond Lacourse, Jean Michaud, Madeleine Roy, the late Claude Desaulniers, Claude Brochu, Michèle Bourgon, Elaine Joly-Ryan, Pierre Lizé, Chris Allan, Jeanne Leclerc, Luis Roméro, Azziz Fikri, IDA teoli, Don Doucette, Maria Buonnamici, Claude Beauregard, Richard Duval, Étienne Dubreuil, Peter Krjnevic, Robert White, Monique Desroches, Luc Bouvrette.

 

Of course, all errors in the final material which made it onto the site are those of the Publisher.

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 January 2008 )
 
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43 percent of American households spend more than they earn each year, and fewer than six in ten have enough savings to last them three months if they were suddenly out of a job. So where’s the money coming from? From 1991 to 2005, Americans borrowed $530 billion against the value of their homes each year. John Santer, district director, NeighborWorks .

 
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