A co-operative approach can ease Canada’s housing crisis

By Tim Ross

In the National Observer

Much public conversation is rightly focused on housing supply and how building more homes will help address the housing affordability crisis. This is unlikely to be true for everyone, especially those with low and moderate incomes and/or those who are part of equity-seeking communities. The nearly one in five Indigenous households who live in housing that’s either unaffordable, overcrowded or needs major repairs are unlikely to benefit from a general increase in supply.

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