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BCREA Connections
April 2017
 

BCREA's Housing Affordability Campaign
During this provincial election, BCREA has new resources on how to increase housing affordability. Read more…

Parties Promise Housing Affordability
All three major parties have dedicated substantial portions of their election platforms to housing. BCREA has prepared an analysis of each party's platform. Read more…

Cannabis Legalization and Industry Stakeholder Working Group
The federal government has introduced their plan to legalize cannabis. BCREA remains concerned about possible health and safety impacts from properties used in drug operations. Read more…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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