Millennials denied Toronto condo rental due to their age

It’s tough enough finding a decent place to rent in Toronto’s red-hot housing market, but it’s proving even harder for at least two millennials who say they’ve just been denied a condo rental because of their age.   Ryan Young, 23, and Nina Tesan, 22, are trying to move out of their respective parents’ homes and start out on their own. Now, they’ve filed a complaint with Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal.  “It shows how bleak the housing market can be for millennials, as we do not have the level of income necessary to afford a house in the GTA and also seemingly cannot rent due to misguided perceptions that young people are irresponsible or destructive,” Young told CBC Toronto.    Read the article………..


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