"Canada’s youths are heading west and east, in the chase of work, like never before.
In Ontario, where the unemployment rate for youths soars above where it lies in other provinces, about 100,000 people left between 2003 and 2010, half of them belonging to Generation Y, notes Serge Coulombe, an economics professor at the University of Ottawa." Read More
Out of the 10 tenants I placed this month about two thirds were from another province. They've all come for work and they are all in the early to middle twenties. Mostly single guys but a couple of women too.
It does feel like the middle of a gold rush. There are ups - like lots of tenants and applicants and downs - like rush hour. But it's really exciting to be in the middle of it.