Few politicians have ventured as far down the postmodern path as Justin Trudeau who famously proclaimed that Canada was a “postnational” nation, with no “core identity.” The refusal to accept any distinction between one’s conationals and foreigners reduces citizens to mere consumers and creates a nation united only by economic considerations. C2C contributor Bradly Betters, writing in American Thinker, looks at recent headlines which suggest that — contrary to common wisdom — millennials are flocking to Canada’s major cities. However, a deeper analysis suggests that Canadian millennials are leaving the city, forced out by pressures exerted on the real estate market by foreign buyers.

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