In four days?
Every year the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives in Ottawa releases the results of their survey of how long it takes Canada's best-paid directors to gain the average salary of Canadian workers. How fast this happens is always surprising to my wife and I who work full time, all year long, to support our two-child family.
This year (2022) by January 4, the 100 highest paid directors of firms on the Toronto stock exchange took home (I do not write "earn") the equivalent of the average annual salary of all Canadian working people. This is what "income inequality" means.
Can anyone believe this makes Canada a genuine democracy? Is this the sort of country we want to build and support?