Check out our new idea/comedy-filled venture @Standupeconomists Recent reports that Canada has the highest average debt per house of any G7 nation are certainly alarming. We need to examine more options than ever and have real dialogues about how to not continue the trend of debt accrual, but with interest rates ever on the rise and commodities prices skyrocketing, this is not as easy as 1-2-3. So how did we experience this downtrend? Why didn’t others experience this at the same magnitude? What external factors played a role? Kent breaks down a tense time for our nation. Join us over at Stand-Up Economists for a little more outrage.