BC Almanac | Sep 24, 2012 | 24:59

Forty two per cent of adult children still live at home

Barbara Mitchell, Professor of Sociology and Gerontology at SFU and author of The Boomerang Age on the census results that show forty two per cent of adult children still living at home.

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