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@982CMTNfrom Ontario  answered…4 days

rebuild or repair existing houses instead. but not at the expense of farmland and green space. main focus should be the homeless but low income too.

@97WDKK8from Nova Scotia  answered…2wks

Yes, but only to house the homeless and not at the expense of farmland or industrial property, green space and historical land

@97TX4J6Communistfrom Alberta  answered…2wks

no, no more homes let the people die so theres less of them please

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Normally, Yes, but not at the expense of greenspace, farmland, and at the moment we can't afford it right now. We should also repair/rebuild existing houses

@979SKFCConservativefrom Newfoundland  answered…4wks

No, create more affordable housing options on all fronts (renting, buying, building etc).

@96VPR23from Alberta  answered…1mo

Building and paying for new homes I don't believe is the solution. Reigning in buying homes and renting them as an industry needs to be handled

@96TWWBYfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96SPRLYConservativefrom Alberta  answered…1mo

Yes, only if the location of these homes has the infrastructure to support it.

@96RDSJSNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

I do not support the subsidization of private homes, but rather more midsized rental apartments.

@96QVWKMfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Yes, but older homes that are falling apart should be repaired, there should be consideration for greenspace and farming, as well as a chunk of the houses being for homeless people

@96Q99K7from Ontario  answered…1mo

Yes, but not ones that affect farmland/protected green spaces, and prioritize building homes for homeless people, people who struggle financially, and refugees.

@96LXWDWfrom Alberta  answered…1mo

yes and no, only to house the homeless and not at the expense of farm land and green space but we also should rebuild and repair existing houses too.

@96LMFQBfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

No, they should seek to remove the legislative barriers to new housing construction and limit foreign home ownership

@96KDVXPfrom Nova Scotia  answered…2mos

@96J46TBfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96J429Jfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, and we should house the homeless, as well as protect our farmland and green space.

@96HP2BLfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96HNYQSfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96G5TWXConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2mos

If we have enough money and won't go into a deficit, then yes, build more houses.

@96DMJX7Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96D8PVLLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

both housing the homeless and not at the expense of farms or green space

@96BQPCSfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96BHBSGfrom Manitoba  answered…2mos

The government should offer subsidies, however, it should be allocated in more sustainable forms of housing and should not be at the cost of our environmental impact.

@969Z7JSLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@968NFQDfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@968MHVKNew Democraticfrom Quebec  answered…2mos

The government should work to make existing house more accessible by reducing foreign ownership particularly of inner city real-estate, restrict AirBnB and assist first time home buyers.

@968FGG2Liberalfrom Nova Scotia  answered…2mos

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@965XVJLfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@965PJS8from Quebec  answered…2mos

Yes but not at the expense of farmland and greenspace. AT THE EXPENSE of condo builders and corporations.

@964KCWMGreenfrom Prince Edward Island  answered…2mos

@9645TY3from Ontario  answered…2mos

@9623N53from British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes but for homeless and rent controlled for low and middle incomes

@95V2Q8Yfrom Quebec  answered…2mos


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