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  • Purple Library Guy

    On the government of Alberta’s 10 year housing strategy: “the strategy seeks to: reduce the GoA’s role in property ownership; increase mixed-income housing options; create more subsidized rental units; and provide more demand-side assistance (e.g., rent supplements). While laudable goals”

    I don’t believe reducing the GoA’s role in property ownership is particularly a “laudable goal”, and as with the federal Liberals’ housing approach, avoiding direct government construction and ownership tends to make the other, more laudable goals basically impossible. It results in money being largely spent on subsidies with conditions that property developers pretend to meet without actually letting it result in anybody paying low rent.

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