Income Claims Contradicted

New Bank of Canada figures indicate income inequality is unchanged in a quarter century, contradicting claims of a growing gap. The Bank research follows a June 9 report that the typical Canadian grew their net worth by an average $230,000 last year with real estate gains: “Income inequality in the United States has been higher than in Canada for the last four decades.”

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