'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: How bike polo became Canada's next big team sport Hundreds turn out for Ontario arm-wrestling championship Why more Torontonians are looking at sharing co-op residences Malia Obama plans to attend Harvard American slackliner walks between Jerusalem's ancient towers Raw footage shows firemen chasing bear out of apartment building Two-year-old boy survives 16 hours in B.C. wilderness Obama embraces retirement in spoof video Duchess of Cambridge releases photos of Princess Charlotte Cheerleading squad accepts first transgender teen Study reveals which smartphones have longest-lasting battery life Missing dog found after 10 years Police pooches compete for barking rights at Iron Dog canine competition Caitlyn Jenner gives Ted Cruz special message after using Trump toilet A look back at William and Kate's first five years as a married couple B.C. cop receives online praise for act of kindness Unique Toronto homestay program reaches out to international students Oops! 12-year-old girl accidentally runs half-marathon Retired sled dog credited with saving lives in Ottawa blaze How you can help name the Toronto Zoo's new baby rhino 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?