Beginning in September, 2020 Gen Squeeze will convene a broad range of stakeholders to examine potential policy solutions that treat housing as a home, rather than an investment vehicle, and how these solutions could be used to improve housing affordability.
Employment norms weren’t working before the pandemic – now's our chance to support work-life balance and promote gender equality.
What you told us about how to make sure our country and economy work for everyone going forward.
Our wellbeing is fundamentally shaped by the security of our housing situations; the adequacy of our incomes; our access to education, childcare, parks, and social networks.
Canadians were struggling to afford a place to call home before the pandemic. Recovery must address the affordability crisis.
It is critically important to keep people housed during this pandemic, both for their own security and well-being, and to help contain the spread of coronavirus.