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Key labour and income facts: Fact sheets, charts, tables and source contacts.

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February 2002 Vol. 3, no. 2

Wealth inequality
René Morissette, Xuelin Zhang et Marie Drolet

Using data from the 1984 Assets and Debts Survey and the 1999 Survey of Financial Security, this article examines changes in wealth inequality between 1984 and 1999.

Farmers leaving the field
Geoff Bowlby

Farming is employing fewer and fewer Canadians over time. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a more pronounced downward trend. Some possible causes are explored in this study.


The year-end review in our January 2002 issue (released January 25) showed incorrect CMA employment data (page 24 in the PDF version). A corrected version was inserted January 30.

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