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A Living Wage

Ethical Implications of Paying People More

Is a Living Wage a meaningful intervention for society? What's better for me, society and the economy: an increased minimum wage, or a Living Wage? Does the Living Wage address poverty for those who don't have jobs? What's in it for the employer? Where would the money come from? Does government have a role?

Moderator: Graham Steele
Panel: Christine Saulnier, Executive Director, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Jordi Morgan, Vice President, Canadian Federation of Independent Business
Lars Osberg, Economics Professor, Dalhousie University
Sobaz Benjamin, Founder and Executive Director, In My Own Voice

June 4, 2015, 7:00 pm
Peggy Corkum Music Room
6181 Lady Hammond Road








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