Facilitating more conversions of closed hotels to rental space, like this property at 3025 Douglas St. in Victoria, may be part of the province’s commitment to providing more affordable housing. VSRENTALS.CA

READER POLL: Are you encouraged by the NDP government’s addressing of the housing crisis?

Let us know your thoughts on whether the new budget commitment will affect the local market

  • Feb. 23, 2018 10:30 a.m.

The recently announced B.C. government budget included funding to help address the province’s housing crisis, both from a rental and a home ownership affordability perspective.

We’d like to know how much the government’s moves will affect you and your housing situation, or the crisis in general.

Check out this week’s reader web poll and take part in our non-scientific research project by casting your ballot below.


For the results of the previous reader poll, click here then click on View Results.

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