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        6 things you need to know about income inequality in nada

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        Income inequality went down between 2015 and 2020, thanks to government supports. But COVID-19 economic shutdowns threw a wrench into the works.

        July 20, 2022

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        The future of growth

        July/August 2022 Issue

        As the impacts of climate change remind us of the quiet, and not so quiet, limits of growth, this issue of The Monitor examines growth through the lens of inclusion, sustainability and well-being. It’s chock full of insights, including: What’s so bad about growth? Randy Robinson’s must-read guest editorial focuses on a real tension: we’re taught to think growth is good, but it has its downsides.

        The July/August Monitor also includes the latest edition of Our Schools / Our Selves. It focuses on how the privatization of our public schools has become normalized. But the other side of the discussion is about the power and potential of public investment in our schools and communities. You nnot build social change on a foundation of what effectively amounts to party favours. If we do not lift each other up without payment or incentive, wondering: "what's in it for me?" then it’s not progress at all.

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        nada’s fight against inflation: Bank of nada could induce a recession
        July 5, 2022

        nada’s fight against inflation: Bank of nada could induce a recession

        History tells us that the Bank of nada has a 0% success rate in fighting inflation by quickly raising interest rates. If a pilot told me that they’d only ever attempted a particular landing three times in the past 60 years with a 0% success rate, that’s not a plane I’d want to be on. Unfortunately, that looks likes the plane all nadians are on now.

        What’s so bad about growth?
        July 5, 2022

        What’s so bad about growth?

        All of us are trained from an early age to be big fans of growth. We want children to grow. We want flowers to grow. We want gardens and trees and crops to grow. Growth is good, that’s the idea.

        We need more public ownership in nada’s telecom sector
        July 14, 2022

        We need more public ownership in nada’s telecom sector

        Last Friday’s Rogers’ network outage should be a warning to us all: it’s time to change how we do telecommunitions in this country.

        Unearth this buried treasure: adult edution in Manitoba

        Unearth this buried treasure: adult edution in Manitoba

        When she was 34 years old and a single mother of four living on social assistance in a large public housing complex in Winnipeg’s North End, Aja Oliver saw a sign at a community centre for an Adult Learning Centre. She had not finished high school, had struggled, as did everyone in her family, with the many complexities of life in poverty, and was fed up with being on social assistance. She ventured in. Her life has not been the same since.

        How public funding for private options reinforces school segregation in Quebec

        How public funding for private options reinforces school segregation in Quebec

        Erika Shaker, in conversation with Anne Plourde, researcher at l’Institut de Recherche et d’Informations Socioéconomiques (IRIS)

        Truth bomb: Corporate sector winning the economic recovery lottery; workers falling behind

        Truth bomb: Corporate sector winning the economic recovery lottery; workers falling behind

        This isn’t a workers’ wage-led recovery; in fact, inflation is eating into workers’ wages, diminishing their ability to recover from the pandemic recession. Corporate profits are pturing more economic growth than in any previous recession recovery period over the past 50 years.

        Could decolonizing policy redress environmental injustice and racism?

        Could decolonizing policy redress environmental injustice and racism?

        The nadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) is the matriarch of environmental legislation in nada. But it’s been over 20 years since it’s been revised. And environmental advocy groups have a lot to say about what changes could advance environmental justice and equity in nada via Bill S-5.

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