Millennials

food news

Beer Company Says It'll Pay Your Rent for a Year, Doesn't Understand How Much Rent Costs

Keystone Light is also giving away 150 "Adulting Transition Packs," which include a tasteful chandelier made from Keystone Light cans.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.15.19
debt

Credit Card Minimum Payments Are a Trap Designed to Keep You in Debt

Choosing the path of least resistance can turn manageable credit card debt into a trap—for life.
Anne Gaviola
8.8.19
environment

Climate Change Tourism Is Cashing In On Environmental Devastation

A travel company wants to take vacationers to places that are being wiped out by climate change, and critics say that's bad for the environment.
Anne Gaviola
7.31.19
Work

The Gig Economy Screws Over Everyone But the Bosses

It keeps wages down and the majority of gig workers would prefer the security of a full-time job, a recent report says.
Anne Gaviola
7.24.19
housing

Low-Income Workers Can’t Afford Rent in 91% of Canadian Cities

A new study shows how unaffordable this country has become as cities like Vancouver and Toronto are basically out of reach for anyone making less than $70,000.
Anne Gaviola
7.18.19
housing

Living in Glorified Dorm Rooms Is the Future of Big City Housing

Priced out of single-bedroom apartments, young people in Canada and the U.S. are turning towards communal co-living.
Anne Gaviola
7.3.19
Money

How Long It Takes to Save for a Home, Depending on Where You Live

For a typical millennial to buy an average home in Canada, it’s 21 years in Toronto, six for a place in St. John's.
Anne Gaviola
6.27.19
Money

I'm a Broke Millennial. Should I Declare Bankruptcy?

Experts say a generation struggling with debt is behind the dramatic rise in insolvencies. Here’s what you can do if you are drowning in debt.
Anne Gaviola
6.7.19
personal finance

Millennials Are Taking on Credit Card Debt Because We Can’t Afford Necessities

A new report has more bad news for young people.
Allie Conti
5.24.19
personal finance

Stop Telling Us We're Broke Because We Buy Coffee, Please

The idea that better budgeting could solve all our financial woes is a stubborn myth that refuses to die.
Alex Norcia
5.9.19
workplace safety

His Son Was Crushed to Death at Work—Now He Fights for Workers' Rights

David Ellis was 18 years old when he was crushed by a cookie dough mixer 20 years ago.
Anne Gaviola
4.26.19
housing

Election Promises Won't Fix the Hot Mess That Is Toronto's Housing Market

Housing advocate says this city is so expensive that even the middle-class need help to get by.
Anne Gaviola
4.9.19
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