Link Roundup - December 5, 2014

The Bank of Mom and Dad - Confessions of a Propped Up Generation

The Incredible Shrinking Incomes of Young Americans

The Early Child Education Report, 2014

Canadian child-care gap a pressing problem, reports say

Three Myths about Quebec's Childcare Model

Facing Our Debt: A Photo Project


 

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Toronto Life reports on how Boomer parents are financially supporting the next generation with contributions to down payments and childcare: 
The Bank of Mom and Dad - Confessions of a Propped Up Generation

Over at The Atlantic, we're talking about how shrinking wages affects the economic behaviour of millenials:
The Incredible Shrinking Incomes of Young Americans

The Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development at the University of Toronto released a report advocating for the importance of early child education:
The Early Child Education Report, 2014

The Toronto Star reports on the Atkinson report and other developments in calling for better child care in Canada: 
Canadian child-care gap a pressing problem, reports say

Medium post on what we really know about the existing child care model in Quebec:
Three Myths about Quebec's Childcare Model

And finally, putting faces to the problem: a beautiful photo project from UBC's The Talon, on student debt: 
Facing Our Debt: A Photo Project


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