In June 2022, we organized a special lecture at the McCord Museum in Montreal. This is a recording of the lecture Queen’s University Professor Emeritus Keith Banting and McGill University Professor Debra Thompson delivered.

They explore why Canada’s robust welfare state – which includes universal health care and myriad employment and training programs – as well as a race-neutral immigration selection system, official multiculturalism and the Charter have not been able to mitigate racial economic inequality.

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Keith Banting
Keith Banting is a professor in the Department of Political Studies and the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University, where he also holds the Queen's Research Chair in Public Policy.

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