Urgent action needed for Metro Vancouver’s housing crisis

The housing crisis in Metro Vancouver is worsening, with the average one-bedroom rent now more than $3,000 a month, and mortgage rates and house prices rising significantly. This has made owning a home an impossible dream for most. To mitigate this crisis, all levels of government must act with urgency to put reasonably priced homes into the market. One potential solution is to convert existing office buildings into homes, which could provide thousands of new housing units in cities such as Calgary and New York. This could be a win-win situation, providing more housing while helping local businesses who have been struggling due to a lack of office workers and tourists

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