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Should we raise the Minimum Wage?

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There are good reasons to raise the minimum wage, and good reasons to explore other options. What’s your take?

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“Why I believe in progressive taxation”

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The debate continues…

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Promoting gendered inequality

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Five years ago, the Flaherty-Harper government introduced income splitting for pensions. Designed to benefit only higher income earners, in 2009, 84% of the people who benefited were men.

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Anatomy of a boom (Part 2)

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If the boom has not led to a marked increase in inequality, the same cannot be said for government policies. They markedly increased our levels of inequality.

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Anatomy of a boom (Part 1)

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Between 2005 and 2009 assessed incomes in Newfoundland and Labrador increased by 49%. The boom we are experiencing is without precedent in Canadian history, but it is also exceptional for a quite different reason.

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RRSPs

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Participation rates by income in the differing pension schemes

In 2008, public subsidies to private pensions cost us $186 million.

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Tax Cuts

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If the wealthy amongst us, those in the top income bracket, had continued to pay their taxes at the rates prevailing in 2006 there would not have been a deficit in 2009.

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