Seen and Heard: Stephen Gordon on the Canadian One Percent

Margaret Campbell Since the Occupy Movement began in 2011, income inequality and the accumulation of wealth in the hands of a small group has remained a consistently newsworthy topic. Stephen Gordon, an economics professor at Laval University and one of the authors behind the economics blog Worthwhile Canadian Initiative, addressed these issues last night at […]

A glimpse of Occupy Toronto

Jo Flatt As the worldwide movement of Occupy Wall Street spreads its influence in cities across the world, we in Toronto can’t help but say ‘us too’. And a fine job we have done to embrace the movement. We’ve staged marches and sit-downs, made tent cities and general assemblies. The media has doted on Occupy […]