Poverty Gap in Canada

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Poverty Gap in Canada
Abstract
Poverty reaches everywhere in the world, even within the developed world. Canada is no exception and Toronto, a major metropolitan city in eastern Canada, is experiencing an increasing gap between its rich and poor and is beginning to feel the sting of how deep poverty can go.
I. Introduction
A. Summarize the generalizations of affluence vs. poverty in big cities.
“A Tale of Two Torontos” is a short column written by Margaret Wente and featured in The Globe and Mail. This column focuses on the residents of the city of Toronto in Canada with regard to a dramatic gap growing between the affluent and the poor. This increasing gap, however, is duplicated in most of the major cities in the world (Boyle, 2010)....
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