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What Is the Future of the Family in Canada?
The children of the future are not 'doomed' as children from the age of 12 to 17 are very optimistic. An Angus Reid youth survey found that 70 per cent of that age group believe it is unlikely they will get divorced. It is possible that this is just a 'stage' that families in Canada are going through.
Canadian families are being put to a great challenge in todays world. Serious changes have occurred in the family in recent decades, however, it has not harmed the family beyond repair. The children of the future are not doomed. In fact data shows that families are evolving, families are still the most important thing in people's lives, and data shows that the future may have the 'traditional' family come back. In conclusion, Robert Glossop says, 'I think people are increasingly adopting a more inclusive definition, focusing more on what families do rather than what they look like.'
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