38% of households in Canada rent their homes. So why isn't more attention paid to the investors who control up to one third of Canada's rental housing stock?
Twenty-six per cent of higher inflation for Canadian households is being driven by excess profits
Nova Scotians deserve a government that learns the lessons of the past to build a better tomorrow
Prepared remarks to the House of Commons finance committee's study on inflation
Tackling inflation can be part of a public-led recovery—it only requires government to reduce or maintain prices in areas they control.
As our population ages, let’s rely less on long-term care and more on supportive housing:a cost-effective way for semi-independent seniors to live with dignity and independence.
New measures may help somewhat on the margins, but more fundamental changes in tax and regulatory policies will be needed to close the growing gap in housing.
Critical elements for a housing secure Nova Scotia
It's time to shift the housing debate.
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