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income inequality

More than a fifth of Canada’s lowest wage jobs have disappeared, but high-earning jobs are booming.
Economic observers warn of a K-shaped recovery that sees some people recover and others go further into debt.
University graduates have been hit especially hard, a CIBC analysis has found.
Meanwhile, inequality in the U.S. is hitting new highs.
Business owners have a responsibility to reject an economic system that pools profits at the top.
This election, we have a chance to vote for a party with a serious plan to tackle inequality.
Income inequality is a growing problem in the city.
It takes nearly three times as much to be rich in Calgary as it does in the Niagara region.
We need to dismantle welfare and replace it with a better and more dignified form of income support.