The speculation policy is intended to address addresses of housing and not to hinder the realization mark, say the B.C. NDP.
Nanaimo deviant candidate Sheila Malcolmson and B.C. Prime Minister John Horgan speaks at a provincial NDP council meeting in Nanaimo on Saturday and with an addiction before Jan 30, discussed issues including the outright house tax. Nanaimo is the subject of the tax, while Kamloops, a similarly populated area, is not. Lantzville is also a topic and Parksville and Qualicum, while being initially set, are finally liberated.
Horgan said the vacancy rate and homeless problems were why Nanaimo was included.
"We don't want to see vacant homes if we have people who don't find it to meet," said Horgan the News Bulletin. "If you prevent the speculative tax and you have a low-income home, you can rent it out and you should not pay tax. It was aimed at making sure we deal with vacancy payable. It was not the only thing to limit the coming income and more features to buy.You can buy all the features you want, but fill them with people.Houses must be for people.You should not invest in a house mark in part of your special voice conversation … that's the message we send. "
Malcolmson heard about being stunned and living in a campaign and said she would support change.
"I get feedback from people that they want to take all the tools to make for the last 16 years of BC Liberal action … I have also been included by the finance minister (Carole James) who, if not working for Nanaimo, or as Nanaimo & # 39; s soon enough change conditions, then when & # 39; when the annual update comes up, if I am honored as the MLA, then I will advocate for program advices to ensure that the purpose of pay is realistic, " said Malcolmson.
British colonies will be obliged to relate a form of relationship to the tax and Malcolmson focuses on the notion that the province should go to speculation and not all people.
"If Vancouver's experience before you find the speculators, you have to do the paperwork and it has been realized without much controversy in Vancouver," Malcolmson said. "They had 96 percent conflict with people who did the forms. BC Liberals didn't include the issue in the legislation, but they had the chance and the program on the spot now just depicted on what worked well in Vancouver and so that's what I say to people when they say they're doing, I let them know that's the best way for us to reach the goal. "
Historically, parties have not been well disposed to partying, and Horgan said he would take the step by step if asked about what would happen if his party were to lose.
"What if? What if? If pears have their horns, they were one-handed," said Horgan. "They will not, so I will take it one day at a time when I did then & # 39; I swam in … We did not have an exchange that was as important as this, but we have a spectacular candidate, in a spectacular community, so the & # 39; what if? & # 39; is how soon we can get Sheila Malcolmson to help help limit some of the problems here in Nanaimo. "