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August 18, 2011



Interesting comparison. I do realize you are talking about kids, and therefore their spending is on discretionary items, however, I wonder how spending on necessities would compare. For example, housing has increased y-o-y in Canada at a much greater rate than wages have. So, are adults better off today than they were in 1952?

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