Still Squeezing the Poor…Into Inadequate Housing

Bad landlords face licensing crackdown

With multiple tenants crammed into decrepit properties, one London borough is taking direct action

Here in British Columbia, Canada, especially in Vancouver (and I suspect, any other major city in the country) such criminally sub-standard crowding exists alongside single family dwellings, looming over-priced condos and other assorted attempts to eke out a way to exist amid inflated costs and lousy pay…
The local and Federal governments, in both British and Canadian  cases, is to blame, even indirectly, for creating the conditions for the wealthy to continue to exploit the poor, workers and students …our Prime Minister is trying desperately to block Canada’s support for an International tax evader law….you know, the landlords (and Conservative donors)

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2 Responses to Still Squeezing the Poor…Into Inadequate Housing

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