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Generation Squeeze works to educate voters – particularly those in their 20s, 30s and 40s – on the extent to which party platform commitments meaningfully tackle top-of-mind issues like housing and family affordability, climate change, and well-being budgeting.
Gen Squeeze has 6 key recommendations for a federal budget that funds a fairer future for all.
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New research shows 3 indicators of BC’s ongoing housing affordability crisis
New Gen Squeeze research shows where government spending has gone and what it means for our future.
Research shows younger Canadians are still squeezed between flat earnings and sky-high housing markets.
For all Canadians to afford a good home, federal parties must commit to these four things as they seek to be elected this fall.
Measures to increase taxes on vacant and high value homes in some parts of Canada have created a backlash. This report responds by proposing that instead of backing down, we need to refine what we have, and go even further.
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.
After releasing our "Rethinking Canadian Housing Policy" report, we convened a diverse mix of housing sector leaders to see whether we could identify any common ground. The result: a newly-refined set of 10 principles for tackling the affordability crisis.
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