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IN THE NEWS

February 26, 2020
Toronto and Vancouver Median Incomes Are Falling
HuffPost Canada quotes CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends in its article on the cost of living in Vancouver and Toronto
By: Daniel Tencer

February 25, 2020
Study reveals the Region of Peel is losing Millennials
InBrampton references CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends in reference to its impact on the Halton Region
By: Lucy Mazzucco

February 25, 2020
Millennials are flocking to the Halton Region
InHalton references CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends in reference to its impact on the Halton Region

February 23, 2020
5 of Top 6 Destinations for Millennials Moving Within Canada Are in Ontario
Toronto Storeys feature on CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends within Canada

February 21, 2020
Report: Millennials choose Ottawa as their top destination in Canada
The Ottawa Sun discusses CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends and the impact on the housing market in Ottawa
By: Bruce Deachman

February 21, 2020
CTV Morning Live Ottawa
CTV Ottawa interviews CUR's Senior Researcher, Diana Petramala, regarding CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends

February 21, 2020
Ottawa is Canada's top destination for millennials: Ryerson University
The Ottawa Citizen features CUR's research on Millennial mobility trends and the impact on the housing market in Ottawa
By: Bruce Deachman

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