Tackling Inequality Now
 
Sherri Torjman and Ken Battle, January 2012
 
These notes were prepared for the panel presentation on poverty and inequality organized in Ottawa on January 19, 2012, by Canada 2020.  The event was part of a larger project on The Canada We Want in 2020.  These notes draw from the paper Inequality Is Not Inevitable that Caledon contributed to The Canada We Want in 2020 volume.

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