Experts take on B.C.’s housing-affordability crisis at annual UBCM

Citing a 2015 study from Vancity, David Ley, a geography professor at the University of British Columbia, says that by 2020, 82 of 88 workers in high demand jobs will be unable to afford a single-family home in Metro Vancouver. What does this mean for residents of B.C.’s Lower Mainland? Discover more about this topic from the Vancouver Sun

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