Events

Getting past the rhetoric and forging a path that works for all generations

Date and time: Wed, Apr 19, 2023, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
Location: The Ismaili Centre, 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON M3C 1K1

Generation Squeeze, Habitat for Humanity GTA and the Aga Khan Council for Canada’s Future Ready Initiative are hosting the second of three sessions of our landmark discussion at The Ismaili Centre, Toronto, titled, Housing & Immigration in the GTA: What can we gain? This session will tackle the interplay between immigration and housing from historical, current and future perspectives, while delving deeper into how to better align immigration and housing policy. To solve the housing crisis, we need to move past the rhetoric. Why? Because a better future is possible and achievable. Through this discussion, we will explore how we can create it.

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Past Events

Housing in the GTA: What's at stake?

March 1, 2023 -- Generation Squeeze, Habitat for Humanity GTA and the Aga Khan Council for Canada’s Future Ready Initiative hosted this inaugural landmark discussion at The Ismaili Centre, titled, Housing in the GTA: What's at Stake?

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Ontario Votes 2022 Q&A

May 31, 2022 -- Gen Squeeze founder Dr. Paul Kershaw discussed our Ontario Voter's Guide and what the parties are promising for generational fairness. This live Hard Truths podcast episode gave Ontario voters a chance to ask questions about our non-partisan election analysis and the evidence supporting it.

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Hard Truths about Budget 2022

April 13, 2022 -- Gen Squeeze founder, Dr. Paul Kershaw, gave the low down on what we think the 2022 federal budget hits and misses on child care, housing, inflation, deficits, retirement income, health care, climate change and more. 

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Housing Rehab for Canada

March 29, 2022 -- A free, virtual discussion with Gen Squeeze founder Dr. Paul Kershaw on how Canada’s broken housing system sustains a dangerous addiction to high and rising home values. The policy solutions exist. The political will doesn’t. It’s time to focus on growing the political will.

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