Tag Archives: income inequality

Should the loudest voices prevail on proposed tax reform — even if it is shrill hyperbole?
By Michael Wolfson
What do doctors really have to fear from the feds’ tax crackdown? What do doctors really have to fear from the feds’ tax crackdown?
By Michael Wolfson
The sky is falling on small business – or is it The sky is falling on small business – or is it?
By Michael Wolfson
Does Canada need to worry about the same festering malaise that has disrupted the United States?
By Michael Wolfson

For many Canadians, the outcome of the United States election has been a shock. Trump’s campaign, as inarticulate and venal as it was, tapped into important and deeply rooted realities, realities that may contain lessons for Canada too.

MEILI_Growing income gap poses a health risk to al Growing income gap poses a health risk to all
By Ryan Meili

Certain Canadian commentators are bringing forth a strange critique of public health, suggesting that physicians and public health experts, charged with caring for the health of Canadians, should not concern themselves with the root causes of illness and stick to a narrow range of health interventions.