The rate of real-estate investment among provincial politicians is higher in B.C. than all but two other provinces captured in The Maple's analysis.
Six of the eight provinces examined in a Maple investigation have ministers/associate ministers of housing invested in real estate
Use The Maple’s searchable database to discover which provincial representatives are landlords or invested in real estate.
Debates about whether to impose a cap on international students allow both major parties to avoid conversations about real change.
The cabinet was reshuffled on September 4 following a resignation amidst the Greenbelt scandal.
Residential real estate wealth in B.C. currently stands at a total of $2.1 trillion.
Despite calls for Housing Minister Steven Clark to be fired, he remains in Ford's cabinet.
In six cities, the wage needed to afford a two-bedroom unit is more than double the provincial minimum wage.
Some MPs have extensive investments in real estate. Is your MP listed?