1: Rank of paying down debt among all financial concerns of Canadians in 2014. A CIBC poll found Albertans were most concerned about debt, while Quebecers and British Columbians were least concerned.\n19: Percent of low-income Canadians in 1997 who were able to put money aside for financial priorities. “[They]… have virtually identical long-term financial goals as Canadians at higher income brackets,” said an Institute of Canadian Bankers spokesperson. “These include financial security, saving for retirement, home ownership and children’s education.”\n25 to 30: Age at which new university graduates expect to purchase their first home. A 2008 BMO survey found 62% of grads felt a down payment for a home was a top financial priority.\n30: Percent of Canadians for whom paying off debt was their top priority in 1992; 22% of “recession weary” consumers delayed major purchases and 19% cancelled vacations.\n55: Percent of women who worry about money, according to a 2013 survey of Canadians. Among men, 45% admitted to worrying about their finances\n59: Percent of Canadian parents who said one of their top hopes for their children is to be free of financial worries, according to a 2014 poll by Invesco Canada.\n70: Percent of 25- to 34-year-olds saving for retirement, according to a 2007 Edward Jones survey. Only 25% of respondents 50 or older said they had reserves for retirement at that same age.