What we do

Together, we're amplifying the voice of young Canadians (20s, 30s & 40s).  


A Voice in Politics

We run people-powered campaigns advancing bold solutions to the 360-degree squeeze. And when you’re too busy to get involved in those, we suit up and advocate on your behalf!


A Voice in the Market

We negotiate discounts to help Gen Squeeze members save time and money, and to help us all live more sustainably. If you lack old-school employer benefits, our Member Perks may help!


Cutting Edge Research

The Gen Squeeze lab @ the University of BC provides analysis to help you explain to friends & family why so many younger Canadians are struggling, and what we can do about it!

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Together we represent
supporters from coast to coast to coast
Join us, and we’ll make sure more Canadians
have a chance to…

Afford to start families

Find a good job

Pay off student debt

Save for retirement

Afford a suitable home

Leave as much as we inherited

Find out how we'll get there

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Join Gen Squeeze for free, or sign up for a monthly membership and get access to exclusive perks like special discounts on products and services to help reduce the squeeze, invitations to exclusive events, Gen Squeeze swag, and more!

Latest news
The newly released provincial budget prioritizes medical spending, with stalled investments in housing affordability and child care.
New Gen Squeeze research shows where government spending has gone and what it means for our future.
The federal budget is set to be released within the next two months. Gen Squeeze has a set of budget priorities to make life better for all Canadians.
Decision makers are designing Canada’s next budget right now. Here are 6 reasons to overcome your aversion to budgeting and get involved.
We've had some great wins over the last few years! Let's celebrate some of them as we look ahead to 2020 and beyond!
With a growing housing gap and the threat of climate change, we have some questions for how the new middle class minister will account for these intergenerational tensions.
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