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March 4, 2015 |
From 1980–2005, average household income in the poorest 10 per cent of neighbourhoods increased by only two per cent compared to incomes in the richest 10 per cent of neighbourhoods that rose by 80.
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Confusing 'deficit elimination' with 'prosperity' -- and B.C.'s fading glory

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| February 17, 2015
February 16, 2015 |
Canadians can expect to pay more for the price of food this year, largely due to the falling value of the Canadian loonie against the U.S. dollar.
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It's the infrastructure, stupid!

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Infrastructure spending was a dominant topic of discussion when Canada's premiers met in Ottawa on January 30, according to an article in iPolitics.

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| February 10, 2015
February 9, 2015 |
The defining features of the Canadian economy during the NAFTA era have been slower GDP growth, a surge in corporate concentration and heightened income inequality.
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