More than a fifth of Canada’s lowest wage jobs have disappeared, but high-earning jobs are booming.
They earn more in two days than the average worker makes in a year.
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.
A growing economy usually means people have more faith in the system. But in developed countries, that has broken down.
By 10:09 a.m. on Jan. 2, they'd already made more than the average worker does in a year.
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.