There are many squeezed seniors and retirees, too. So isn't the real problem just general inequality?

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Inequality is the problem. What we're finding is that inequality now has a serious generational component. And that inequality, overall, could be dramatically reduced with policies that specifically adapt to younger life stages. Additionally, issues of sustainability and resource use have starkly generational consequences. We give you a generational lens, through which to interpret your own situation and that of your friends and family. It’s not the only way to see things, but we know it’s a valuable tool. 

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

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