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.
Federal parties made a lot of promises designed to appeal to younger voters during October's election. But do the budgets backing those election platforms tell the same story?
Paying for pollution might feel like one more hand in our pocket, but we know we can’t solve our wallet problems by neglecting our climate problems.
The 2019 federal budget incorporates an intergenerational analysis for the first time! But going forward we need to ensure it doesn't miss the forest for the trees.
We'll argue the federal government not only has the right to price pollution, they have a responsibility to do so, to avoid discriminating against younger Canadians.