Toronto Star: Liberals look at buying distressed buildings to save stock of affordable housing

The Toronto Star reports that a new analysis of the country’s stock of affordable housing suggests the Liberals’ decade-long strategy to provide more of it is starting in a deeper hole than previously thought, and may be further behind once the COVID-19 pandemic passes. Read the article

Liberals look at buying distressed buildings to save stock of affordable housing

OTTAWA - A new analysis of the country's stock of affordable housing suggests the Liberals' decade-long strategy to provide more of it is starting in a deeper hole than previously thought, and may be further behind once the COVID-19 pandemic passes. But the pandemic could also mean an opportunity for governments to pick up rental units cheaply.

Liberals look at buying distressed buildings to save stock of affordable housing

OTTAWA - A new analysis of the country's stock of affordable housing suggests the Liberals' decade-long strategy to provide more of it is starting in a deeper hole than previously thought, and may be further behind once the COVID-19 pandemic passes. But the pandemic could also mean an opportunity for governments to pick up rental units cheaply.