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Income & Cost of Living

  • Young people need affordable rates for the costs that matter most to them, such as housing and education, yet the range for renting a single bedroom apartment in Lethbridge is well below $1000, and averages nearly $2000 in Toronto. 
  • Differences in cost of living has a range of 46% between Yellowknife and Quebec City. 
  • Young people in all cities currently don’t have an income that will allow them to make a surplus monthly to afford to live in metropolitan areas and contribute to communities.
  • Income across examined cities has a disparity of 30% between the highest income, Yellowknife, and lowest, Halifax.

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The Kitchener-Waterloo Social Impact Hackathon was a great success! 17 passionate youth worked together to create four exceptional initiatives to address the future of community connected work in Kitchener-Waterloo.

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The Hackathon is a new series of virtual events seeking to keep youth engagement at a high during the time of COVID-19. These virtual events involve exploring an existing issue within a local context in order to develop solutions that fit the lived experiences and realities of the youth in that area.

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Our labs are enabling youth through a pop-up “think and do tank” co-creation model to affect change in their cities.

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