Oh dear. Mexico City, Dallas and Seattle have more inequality than Toronto. We are a little higher on the inequality list than most of us may think. We got right into the North American ill top four thanks to eight billionaires, a brace of other rich folk and Canada’s slackness on inheritance taxes. Crazy returns on real estate probably also helped the one percenters. We’re nineteenth globally.
The geography of the global super-rich 47-page .pdf file
Martin Prosperity Institute/University of Toronto