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Richard Wilkinson

Raising taxes on the rich is often touted as an effective way to narrow Canada’s growing income gap. But according to one
Canada risks becoming a more violent and anti-social place if it allows income inequality to worsen, one of the world’s leading
UPDATE: A new study from the city of Montreal provides mounting evidence of the link between income inequality and life expectancy