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9 May 2006May 9, 2006

Quebec’s Relative Poverty

Economic note on the living standards of people in Quebec.

Quebec’s Relative Poverty

How do the living standards of people in Quebec compare with those elsewhere in North America? This issue stirs up a profusion of emotional reactions from diverse standpoints. Differences of opinion stem in part from the fact that the available data fail to provide a clear image and can easily cause confusion. Some vague general indicators suggest that living standards in Quebec may be comparable to those in Ontario. Other more objective data show, however, that Quebec is relatively poor compared to the other Canadian provinces and U.S. states.

 

Links of interest

Quebec’s relative poverty cannot be denied, the Montreal Economic Institute states :: Media release, May 9, 2006

Quebec’s Tax and Regulatory Burden :: Economic Note on the tax and regulatory burden people in Quebec are forced to bear, July 1st, 2003

The Scope of Government and the Wealth of Quebecers :: Economic Note on the growth of Canadian government, February 1st, 2001

 


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