The Inequality Problem — Tristan Turner

The Inequality Problem — Tristan Turner

Canada is not an equal society. Today, the top 1% of income earners receives 14% of all income in Canada, and this trend is increasing rapidly. Over the past 20 years, for every $1 increase in national earnings, 30¢ have gone to the top 1 per cent of income earners...

A Letter from The Wanderer’s Editor-in-Chief — Emerson Csorba

A Letter from The Wanderer’s Editor-in-Chief — Emerson Csorba

It’s hard to believe that I graduated from high school four years ago. The year 2009 seems so far in the past, though it is really just like yesterday. I distinctly remember walking across the stage at the downtown Zeidler Theatre in the Citadel, shaking the hand of Old Scona...

Retirement: An Easy Fiction, a Deadly Truth — Jacob R. Kenney

Retirement: An Easy Fiction, a Deadly Truth — Jacob R. Kenney

Retirement was never supposed to reach reality. Those who had read the Orwell classic, Animal Farm, might remember how Napoleon the pig convinced the horse and other working animals that only they gave in their share, and worked their hardest for as long as they could, would they each be...

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