'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: Why sub-compact vehicles are suddenly selling like hotcakes Senior athletes go for the gold in Midland, Ontario Attention, shoppers: Here comes Halloween again! Brian Gable sketches his way through Venice, a city with more tourists than locals Trump asks woman to come on stage and confirm his hair is real How a group of teenage girls are rebuilding an abandoned Ontario summer camp Serena Williams belts out a Disney tune at karaoke event Assessing mental health key to getting smuggled orangutans home safely From costumes to movie scripts, you can now buy some of Shirley Temple's estate Ew! How taking selfies can help spread head lice Florida couple gets married underwater Actress Julianne Moore seeks to pull Confederate name from Virginia school Lincoln Park Zoo's red panda cubs receive check-up Calgary gets its first-ever rainbow crosswalk for Pride festival Milestone time: Manitoba woman celebrates her 109th birthday How shopping for back-to-school supplies has (really) changed Weight worries for baby panda as mother picks a favourite child Cancer-sniffing dogs to aid British doctors Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume sparks outrage Sewage spill closes popular Hawaii beach 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?