New data from the 2017 General Social Survey (GSS) explores long-lasting relationships among Canadians aged 55 and older.
New data from the 2017 General Social Survey (GSS) highlights the growing share of adults living with their parents in Canada.
Sara MacNaull discusses modern family relationships following separation and divorce in her review of Karen L. Kristjanson’s “Co-Parenting from the Inside Out: Voices of Moms and Dads.”
On the Move: Employment-Related Geographical Mobility in Canada and Beyond will bring together researchers, students and community partners to share research and plan future steps.
Elise Thorburn shares research on how workers manage family responsibilities in the context of high mobility and erratic work schedules.