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Tightened N.S. border restrictions likely won’t slow surge of out-of-province homebuyers
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New restrictions at the Nova Scotia border likely won’t have much of an impact on the increased number of people scooping up homes from outside of ...

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Cities ask Liberals for $7B to create affordable housing – National
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Canada’s municipalities are asking the federal government to include $7 billion in its upcoming budget for cities and housing providers to buy ...

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Mustard Seed eyes 2 sites to help address needs of Lethbridge’s vulnerable population – Lethbridge
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The Mustard Seed is proposing the creation of two new facilities in Lethbridge to help assist vulnerable individuals in the community.“In that ...

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In Halifax, housing advocates fear shortages of shelter adding to the ‘new poor’ – Halifax
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Community legal worker Mark Culligan refers to cases of Nova Scotians facing pandemic-era evictions in a hot housing market as “the new poor.”“We’re ...

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Quebec landlord ordered to pay $14,000 after refusing family with service dog – Montreal
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A Quebec human rights tribunal has ordered a landlord to pay about $14,000 to a family who was refused an apartment rental due to their service ...

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B.C. considers ‘transition measures’ for landlords, renters as rental supplement is set to expire – BC
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The B.C. government is grappling with how to support landlords and renters as the BC Temporary Rental Supplement is set to expire at the end of the ...

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