According to a a new report not a single city in Canada is truly affordable for people under the age of 30.
The findings from Youthful Cities’ Real Affordability Index show that most sub-30 Canadians living in both big and small cities face an average deficit of over $700 per month, with it rising in the countries biggest cities. For example, the deficit rises to $1,121.14 in Toronto.
“On average young people are losing $750 per month by living in cities across the country,” says the report. “To break even young people would need to isolate themselves—no entertainment, no transportation, and no dining out.”