Politician says Canadians under 25 should not be considered adults

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A group of "adults" sit and wait to buy the latest video game system. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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The president of the Federal Association of Parents, Mary Lender, released a statement this week stating that 18 is not old enough for a person to be thought of as adult. She is currently lobbying the government to have the legal age of adulthood raised to 25. Pat Kelly spoke with Mrs. Lender to learn more about her initiative.

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