Better Happy Than Rich

Better Happy Than Rich links Canadians' social values to their attitudes and behaviours surrounding that most ubiquitous preoccupation: money. In chapters such as "Making It," "Spending It," and "Giving It Away," pollster and author Michael Adams explores the relationship between how Canadians view the world and how they behave financially.

Demonstrating that money really can't buy happiness, Adams' data reveals that the happiest Canadians are those who focus least on consumption and who don't view their finances as a defining