'I can walk around naked' and other perks of living alone Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013 12:00AM EST Last updated Friday, Jan. 11, 2013 9:01PM EST More Canadians than ever are living in single-person households. Hannah Sung meets solo dwellers to ask why living alone is so appealing Watch More Video: 36 Hours in Istanbul: Visit the Asian side of the city for easy, laid-back living Barely-dressed Miley Cyrus steals show at MTV awards Northern Ontario pet shelter struggling in tough economic times Gourmands gather at the Great Saskatchewan Mustard Festival The most common mistakes people make when doing side planks University of Calgary researchers help develop revolutionary pacemaker Kanye's rant and Miley's wardrobe malfunction at the MTV VMAs What can you learn about New Yorkers by studying their trash? Music's biggest stars hit the red carpet for MTV VMA awards How too much screen time makes learning tougher for kids Minnesota dashcam video shows eight-year-old's joy ride Go inside one of Canada's last remaining video rental stores ABBA piano looking to raise money, money, money at auction The extremely hard and cute work of weighing every animal at the London Zoo It's a boy! Washington zoo gives details on new panda cub Celine Dion scared but happy about returning to Las Vegas stage What you can do about terrible customer service Buyers throng to a house with a park in the yard Buyers throng to a house with a park in the yard Why sub-compact vehicles are suddenly selling like hotcakes Comments AA More Related to this Story Living alone: a testament to freedom or an erosion of society? Video: Why are more people living alone?