Plus a bracing novel from Ian McEwan, the jaguar’s wondrous journey, a memoir of operating on children, and a juicy account of the Diamond Necklace AffairBy SIMON GADKE, ANNE KINGSTON, BRIAN BETHUNE, JULIA McKINNELL, PATRICIA TREBLE9 min
Justin Trudeau keeps harping on the middle class (Interview, Sept. 1), which is a small, wealthy elite in today’s Canada. The vast majority of Canadians eke out a living on two part-time jobs, but Trudeau is still obsessed with yesterday’s issue of the declining number of privileged people with cushy, overpaid unionized jobs.
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