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B.C.’s new budget offers younger British Columbians reason to celebrate. While it won’t solve the #CodeRed affordability challenges overnight, it makes more progress on child care and housing than we have seen in years.
  Wins
Go to school, get the job, fall in love, have the baby. That's how it's supposed to work, right?
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Social spending contributes more to population health than medical spending, but new research shows government investments in older generations have been prioritized, while younger Canadians keep falling further behind.
The impact of global capital on B.C. housing markets is significant. But it can be challenging to talk about. Here's our approach.
December through February meetings included the Ontario Liberal Party and Ontario NDP, Toronto MPs, Toronto city councillors, and the Ontario Housing Forum with Minister Peter Milczyn.
  Action
Don’t grow medical care spending more than other social spending, because health doesn’t start with health care.
The BC NDP's upcoming “comprehensive housing strategy” will be a litmus test for the party’s many promises on housing affordability. Here are some things to watch for.
Is the giant age gap in public spending purely natural, or does it also reflect a political and cultural reluctance to actually invest in young people?
We need to make sure the B.C. government follows through on their commitments by investing at least $225M of B.C.'s 2018 budget in child care.
The BC NDP have promised to make life more affordable for British Columbians — during the election, in the throne speech, ministerial mandates, in the budget update. Here's what they'll need to do to deliver.
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