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  Figure 1. Labour share of income in Canada, total employment and private secto
| March 5, 2014
Source: CEO Pay from All in a Day's Work: CEO Pay in Canada by Hugh Mackenzie
| January 7, 2014
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| September 30, 2011
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January 20, 2011
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The CEO and the new feudalism

Few developments in our era of savage capitalism are so powerfully symbolic of the new feudalism than the obscene compensation paid out to the new economic elite: the CEOs of the most powerful corporations in the country.

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative's Hugh MacKenzie now reminds us yearly of this economic and social sickness by identifying exactly when the average CEO (of the 100 largest firms) has earned as much as the average worker makes in a year (this time around it was by 2:30 p.m. on January 3rd.) The total average compensation for Canada's 100 highest paid CEOs was $6,643,895 in 2009. 

| September 14, 2010
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January 6, 2010 |
The top 100 Canadian CEOs pocketed what takes Canadians earning an average income an entire year to make by 1:01 p.m. Jan. 4 -- the first working day of the year.
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January 14, 2010
| Alert! Radio #139 - with Hugh Mackenzie, David Robinson, The Now Show (Dr. Seuss in Copenhagen) and Mitch Podoluk.
Length: 57:09
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