Our nation, divided: Jobs and politics - Macleans.ca

Our nation, divided: Jobs and politics

A look at the growing gaps separating Canadians, in job opportunities and politics

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The Canadian identity is often summarized by what we share: vast landscapes, an unforgiving climate and a sense of hardy resilience. But Canada is increasingly a nation defined by our differences. The economic gap between have and have-not provinces, differences in outlook among young and old, and even what we are buying and where. Here, as part of that Our Nation Divided series, we crunched the numbers to show how the gulfs are widening between us, in regards to our politics and our job opportunities.

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