Wealth inequality clearly declined in Canada during the pandemic.
In countries where men and women’s economic rights are equally protected under the law, women live on average about nine years longer.
The notion that there’s a large number of well-off Canadians not paying income tax simply doesn’t fit the facts.
Most Canadians under the age of 25 have little or no wealth.
The bottom half of earners in Canada earn 22 per cent of all income yet pay only 15 per cent of all taxes.
Living wage laws tend to reduce employment opportunities for low-wage and low-skilled workers.