Canada and corruption don’t sound right in the same sentence. It’s cold, it’s clean, it’s all the great things about the U.S. with none of the hyperbole and extremity. Except when it isn’t.
This week, The Economist asks: what is Quebec hiding?
The province already has some of the highest tax rates in Canada and has slipped from being one of the country’s richest areas to one that receives transfer assistance from the federal government. Is this the beginning of a new “Quiet Revolution”?