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Inclusionary zoning prompts debate in T.O.

Inclusionary zoning has become a heated subject once again in the wake of the Ford Government’s “More Homes, More Choice” action plan, otherwise known as Bill 108. Designed to reduce red tape and eliminate many of the barriers waylaying new construction, Ford’s plan has been largely embraced by housing developers, while other groups are calling it a detriment to the city’s future. And if there’s one policy sure to ignite controversy among the forces at work in the housing sphere, it’s inclusionary zoning.


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Alberta energy efficiency programs in question
The official repeal of carbon tax as of May 30 eliminates the original funding source for Alberta energy efficiency programs. However, by the new provincial government’s own election campaign calculations, there should still be about $630 million in the pot for the fiscal year 2019-20 and $570 million thereafter to support greenhouse gas (GHG) reducing initiatives. »READ MORE
When fentanyl hits home

Fentanyl is an incredibly powerful synthetic opioid analgesic used as an anesthetic and for the treatment of chronic pain. According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety, fentanyl is 100 times more powerful than morphine, 50 times more toxic than heroin, and 20 to 40 times more potent than heroin, all of which means the risk of an overdose is extremely high. The RCMP states that two milligrams of pure fentanyl—about the size of four grains of salt—can kill the average adult.

So why is fentanyl a topic of discussion in a rental apartment magazine? »

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