Calgary's Wealth Gap Called 'Most Unequal In The Country'

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A University of Alberta think-tank has dubbed Calgary the "most unequal city in the country," saying provincial government policies have helped create an income gap between the wealthiest one per cent and everyone else that is the widest in Canada.

In an analysis of Statistics Canada income-tax data released Monday, the University of Alberta's Parkland Institute said Calgary's richest one per cent earned 26 times what people in the bottom 90 per cent did in 2010.

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