In North America's Costliest City, Rich Chinese Take the BlameBy
Vancouver voters look for political fix in Canadian election
Coping with affordability crisis means roommates over families
James Hankle, a 50-something software engineer sporting blue jeans and a Green Party T-shirt, is explaining his fix for Vancouver’s runaway property prices when he’s interrupted by an eavesdropping passerby: “Stop allowing people from China to buy our houses and leave them vacant,” she says and walks away.
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