On Monday, May 27th Burnaby council passed a series of proposals aimed at stopping tenant displacement in the Metrotown area, which saw 800 units destroyed in the last few years and replaced by luxury condos.
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If Timbercreek really cares about its tenants, the company can sign a legal agreement committing to meet the needs of the community whose rent it collects
Phase 2 of Ottawa’s LRT is expected to create $4.5 billion in economic benefits when trains start running through stations. But activists and urban planners say re-development from the project risks cutting down on the supply of affordable housing as neighbourhoods near rapid transit become more expensive.
Ottawa’s affordable housing community is debating where the city should spend the extra $15 million in funding granted in the 2019 budget. Should the city build new units or repair existing ones?