More young adults living at home, StatsCan says
By Mamta Lulla and Keaton Robbins
The number of young adults living at home has increased over the years, recent census data by Statistics Canada show.
The 2011 living at home census between ages 20-29 is around 42 per cent, which is up from 32 per cent in 1991.
Where does living on campus fit into this calculation? Humber News reporter Mamta Lulla has this report.
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