Behind the Headlines: Unveiling the Political Dynamics of Canada's Housing Crisis



Canadian journalist Douglas Todd sheds light on the fact that politicians may not genuinely desire a drop in house prices. Despite widespread public sentiment in favor of housing affordability, political self-interests and economic considerations often seem to prevail. Just last week, PM Justin Trudeau finally acknowledged the issue of soaring house prices after years of silence. 

With house prices doubling under the Liberals and housing affordability emerging as a global concern, many are left questioning the true intentions behind political strategies. Yet, several factors, from cultural addiction to relentless house price growth to significant economic implications, continue to influence politicians' stances.