Standing up for the rich

Unlike some of his predecessors, Harper does not appear beguiled by the spoils of office or motivated by money. But his government, which is cutting jobs and making EI more restrictive at a time of high youth unemployment, shows little empathy for those in financial distress.

By Susan Riley

PUBLISHED : Friday, April 20, 2012 3:44 PM

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