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Stephanie Adams, a kinesiologist who lives in Burnaby, B.C. and works in Surrey, lives frugally. But she had racked up credit-card debt while teaching mountain biking at a resort – where work dried up over shoulder seasons. (Jeff Vinnick for The Globe and Mail)
Stephanie Adams, a kinesiologist who lives in Burnaby, B.C. and works in Surrey, lives frugally. But she had racked up credit-card debt while teaching mountain biking at a resort – where work dried up over shoulder seasons. (Jeff Vinnick for The Globe and Mail)

The Paycheque Project: Meet the (uncertain) faces of working Canadians and their financial futures Add to ...

The recession is officially over. So why are so many of us feeling so squeezed? A new report points to record debt. Bold Canadians talk to The Globe and Mail honestly about how they spend their incomes and their tough choices for the future.

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THE FACES OF THE PAYCHEQUE PROJECT

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