Millennials richer than their parents at their age:BMO report

CBC News

Many millennials may not be living in their parents' basements after all.  A new report by BMO Economics suggests that young Canadians, specifically those between 25 and 34 years old, are on average richer than their parents were at that age.  Using Statistics Canada daya and other metrics, the study found that millennials today have more money than the generation preceding them at the same age.

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