Population collapse in South Korea In the May issue, editor Paul Tuns wrote about “the social consequences of the housing affordability crisis” in Canada. A look into similar problems in South Korea, outlined by the Population Research Institute (Athan Clark, “Sunset in South Korea”), might give Canadians pause at the direction our country is going. Koreans very rarely marry and have children. […]
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