The “Occupy Wall Street” movement, which spread to many cities around the world last fall, once again brought the never-ending question of income inequality to the forefront of public debate. Concerns about this issue have also been fed by studies that have appeared over the past year, especially those from the Conference Board of Canada and the OECD. However, even though these studies present data showing that income inequality in Canada has been tending to increase, the interpretation of their conclusions is not as obvious as it might appear at first glance.
Media release :: International Workers’ Day: Five reasons not to mind income gaps
|Don’t mind the gap (Toronto Star, May 4, 2012)||Interview (in French) with Yanick Labrie (May 1st, 2012, 98,5 FM)
Interview (in French) with Yanick Labrie (May 1st, 2012, Radio X)
|Interview (in French) with Yanick Labrie (April 11, 2012, LCN-TV)
Interview (in French) with Yanick Labrie (May 1st, 2012, V TV)