The BC Government releases the first batch of housing targets to disappointing reviews, David Eby isn’t happy that CSIS is reading the newspaper to him, and the Speaker of the House of Commons resigns for inviting a nazi.
- Targets released for 10 municipalities to deliver more homes for people | BC Gov News
- BC government orders City of Vancouver to add 29,000 homes over five years
- Boom goes the dynamite…and conversions – Statistics Canada
- Bill 43 – 2022: Housing Supply Act
- BC NDP First, Tight Race for Second Place in British Columbia – Research Co.
- B.C. premier says Ottawa has promised changes are coming to Canada’s espionage law | CBC News
- Anthony Rota resigns as Speaker of the House after Nazi fiasco
- Poland’s education minister says he’s ‘taken steps’ to extradite Yaroslav Hunka | CBC News
- Liberals try to strike Hunka recognition from official record. What that means – National | Globalnews.ca
- Liberal government called on to release still-secret documents on Nazi war criminals living in Canada
- Trudeau apologizes after a Nazi veteran was praised by parliamentarians at Zelenskyy event | CBC News
- Canada extending $650-million in additional aid for Ukraine – The Globe and Mail
- MPs hope Zelenskyy’s visit counters creeping fatigue over cost of war support | CBC News
- Feds postpone housing funding for 2 of B.C.’s biggest cities amid concern over development fees | CBC News
- Feds unlock another $20 billion for low-cost rental construction financing: Freeland | Politics | thecanadianpressnews.ca