Wake Up Vancouver!

    Citizens for a Better Vancouver

Opening up the immigration discussion

As a country, we don’t want to discourage foreign investment, but foreign investment in housing is not going to be productive or benefit us in the long run.” Simon Fraser University political scientist Sanjay Jeram recommended new housing policies that restrict the “amount of foreign income, which is not produced in Canada, that can be used to purchase properties” in the country.
Since more than four out of five immigrants to Canada move to its major cities, added pressure is not only on housing, but on infrastructure, traffic and transit


NPA calls mayor's pre-sales policy 'a bit racist'

Immigration lawyers pressing for capital gains changes