But oh well I don’t see a chance of Burlington avoiding a conservative win, but hey I was surprised by the federal election results here so we’ll see. My mom’s trying to help the party locally here again like she’s done in the past.
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But at a time when owning a detached home in Toronto is a pipedream to many, any change that helps prospective homebuyers is a welcome one, no matter how small. At any rate, while we likely won’t see a major action to tackle the soaring housing costs (I feel the need to reinforce that for the overly optimistic set), in Monday’s fall economic statement, the Liberal government will announce a new strategy.
Ontario will receive $4.2 billion more over the next 10 years for affordable housing under the first of several funding agreements the federal Liberals plan to sign by the end of the year. The provincial and federal governments say the money set aside under the Liberal government’s national housing strategy, as well as other already-promised funds, will aim to preserve 130,000 units of social housing.
Social housing providers reliant on federal funding will receive some short-term financial help starting this week to eventually keep 55,000 units available for low-income families.
OTTAWA — The federal New Democrats’ fiscal plan for the fall election will be shaped by estimates of how much money Ottawa loses out on each year to international tax-avoidance schemes, the party’s finance critic says.
James Laird, co-founder of RateHub, joins The Real Economy to review the Ontario election candidates’ housing platforms and which policies are best poised to help and hurt the province’s first-time homebuyers.
Since being elected in 2015, the Federal Liberal Government has made numerous changes with respect to Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) policy that in many situations has made it more difficult to obtain a mortgage or in the case of re-financing an existing mortgage, more expensive.
B.C.’s first-time home buyer loan program launches By Staff The Canadian Press ABOVE: Applications are now open for a new program aimed at helping more people break into BC’s red hot housing.
Council OKs 2019 public housing plan Champaign Plan Commission OKs rezoning In-Town neighborhood. – CHAMPAIGN – Following a heated public hearing Wednesday, an application to rezone three parcels at the northwest corner of John and State streets to allow for multifamily housing was approved 5.