Before lunch yesterday the top 100 or so members of the executive class would have blown past the yearly average pay for a Canadian worker. Through the cost to the public of goods and services we pay for this.
Just like last year…
Are Canada’s high-rolling corporate bosses really 209 times more valuable than the rest of us?
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Who are we kidding? This country is one of the great headless monsters of neoliberal capitalism. High priced real estate opportunities and a view of the mountains for some. Tent city for others.
‘From living to existing’: Tent city doubles in size in BC’s ‘other’ Downtown Eastside. In Surrey, a sprawling tent city is now home to over 130 occupants. The province is finalizing plans to build 150 modular housing units. Will it be enough?
Major grocery chain owned by rich people. Fixes price of bread for fourteen years. Self determines a day of reckoning via gift card handout. Lawsuit arrives just in time.
Anti-poverty activist files $1 billion class-action lawsuit over bread price-fixing scheme. Irene Breckon of Elliot Lake, Ont., ‘outraged’ after Loblaw offered $25 gift card
Weston exposes utter hypocrisy
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A close look at a major component of the Greater Toronto Area is available online now in the form of slides from a Metcalf Foundation presentation.
The Poor & Working Poor in The Toronto CMA and Scarborough. John Stapleton, Metcalf Foundation.
Neighbourhood Change CURA.
November 1, 2017
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