Bank of Mom and Dad jokes are condescending and distract us from an important question: why is the Bank of Mom and Dad so rich in the first place? Generational unfairness in our economic and political systems has favoured our aging population, while rigging the game of life against younger and future generations.
Canada's latest budget hides how politics benefits older generations more than younger and future generations. Gen Squeeze founder Dr. Paul Kershaw explains why it's a huge problem when governments hide generational unfairness in their essential spending plans, like an Easter bunny gone bad.
Like you, we’re worried that governments aren’t acting quickly enough on big problems, like unaffordable housing, child care, climate change and growing debts. So if you’re feeling disillusioned, know that you’re not alone. We're calling on elected leaders from all parties to pledge to be #GenFairnessChampions.
Politicians prefer to blame government gatekeepers and foreign investors for Canada's housing crisis. But everyday Canadians also unintentionally contribute to the problem, by banking on housing as a tax-sheltered strategy to build wealth. To restore affordability for all, we need home prices to stall until earnings catch up.
The myths that young Canadians are lazy and seniors are poor have real power in our lives and fuel our broken generational system. Challenging these assumptions will help make Canada work more fairly for all generations. In this episode, join Gen Squeeze founder Dr. Paul Kershaw on a myth-busting mission!
Canadians are leaving an unfair legacy for younger and future generations: climate change, unaffordable housing and childcare, and massive government debts. Gen Squeeze wants to change that and make Canada work fairly for all generations. In this episode, learn how we can fix Canada's generational system.