The American Dream was invented during the great Depression. In Canada, we haven’t embraced an overriding cross-generational giddy expectation such as this one, but we do share the belief that things will improve, steadily and slowly for each succeeding generation.
As we move toward the close of 2016, I’m curious why we don’t feel better about our economic circumstances. The statistics show that the economy, although far from perfect, is slowly growing, and recovery from the Great Depression of eight years ago is imminent. Or is it?