Rising housing costs, inflation and COVID-19: Nanos explains why 2021 was so stressful | TREND LINE 1

Rising housing costs, inflation and COVID-19: Nanos explains why 2021 was so stressful | TREND LINE

 

Despite a positive spin coming from the federal government, an increasing number of Canadians have concerns about paying the bills.

CTVNews.ca's Michael Stittle and Nanos Research's Nik Nanos discuss a troubling new survey that shows two out of every three Canadians are worried about meeting their financial obligations as the cost of living continues to rise.

Then Nik and Michael look back at some of Trend Line's 2021 predictions and go party-by-party to see what the federal political landscape will look like in 2022.

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7 comments

  1. Liberals. Liberals are the problem. I saved you 20 minutes. You’re welcome. Merry Christmas.

  2. I was feeling pretty guilty as my houses kept surging in value. But it passed after a few minutes. I’m fine now.

  3. I’m betting Prime Minister Blackface Ethics Violations G7 Partier has no worries about paying his bills thanks to his tab being pick up by the public.

  4. Keeping up with the rising costs of living is a joke.
    I know of no one that gets a raise every year that paces with inflation, especially now-a-days.
    We all just seem to accept more debt as the answer.

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