Last week the Liberal government announced $40-billion over the next decade to help Canadians afford housing, aiming to reduce chronic homelessness by 50 per cent. This new housing strategy, along with a commitment to repair aging social housing, won't begin until after the 2019 election. The Agenda discusses whether this national initiative is enough to make a difference after decades of withdrawal from federal investment in housing.
Episode:
New Housing Money for Canada; Building World-Class Cities
Aired:
Nov 29, 2017
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