Does the Canadian media have a grudge against millennials?
According to a new video podcast from Maclean's and Toronto Life columnist Jesse Brown, when it comes to the country's most venerated newspaper, the answer is a resounding yes.
Along with Hazlitt Magazine's Alexandra Molotkow, Brown skewers The Globe and Mail for the large number of articles and opinion pieces dedicated to chiding Gen Y for being lazy, entitled and in every way worse than Baby Boomers.
I guess the alleged bias makes sense, since Globe publisher Phillip Crawley said at a conference this week that the paper is "really only interested in readers who earn more than $100,000."
To be fair, the Globe has also run stories pointing out how difficult it can be for young people today to find steady employment and affordable housing.
If you want to read more about those issues, check out HuffPost Canada's own series dedicated to millennials: Asking Y.
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The original 150 Pokemon
You know, before things got <em>weird</em>.
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Baby-Sitters Club Books
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Bill Nye The Science Guy
The Magic School Bus
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Ace of Base
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
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Big Comfy Couch
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon
Pop Up Video
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