Are you finding election promises kind of murky? Here's a guide to what the parties are saying on some key issues affecting younger Canadians 

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RAISING A FAMILY

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SAVING FOR RETIREMENT

To put money aside for retirement, we're forced to get creative :)

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HOUSING COSTS

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FINDING A GOOD JOB

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LEAVING AT LEAST AS MUCH AS WE INHERITED

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STUDENT DEBT

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How committed are your local candidates to easing the squeeze? Click here for some questions you can ask them to find out. 



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  • commented 2016-05-04 10:41:32 -0700
    Great videos, pretty cool I liked them all!! Amigas e Mulheres te apresenta o Curso Estudo e Memorização que te ajuda no melhoramento dos estudos!!

    http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/ojs/index.php/rbe/comment/view/38338/0/67

  • commented 2015-09-15 05:50:22 -0700
    You may wish to hear my you tube post on Generation Squeeze on You Tube in my account “Edd Twohig”

“Yes, Canadian governments need to make younger people a priority. I want a Canada that works for all generations."

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