Inequality

Obesity due to inequality

A recent study shows that national rates of obesity for adolescents between 12 and 19 didn’t rise during the 2000s. However, “among teens from poorer, less well-educated families, obesity has continued to rise”.Continue...

With eyes open

Less than half of Canadian parents think their children will have higher living standards than they do.Continue...

The one per cent does Disney

In times of growing inequality, it’s only natural that the practices of the very rich will come under greater scrutiny. However, these practices deserve examination based on their merits rather than immediate dismissal.Continue...