drummer4now Posted December 12, 2015 Share Posted December 12, 2015 5 hours ago, debluvscanucks said: So this is a compassionate, caring Canada? Nope...this is how other places may do it, but not here. How about my Dad, the senior? Who has lived in his home for 40 years and the one before it 25? Your vision is very limited. If the "opportunity to improve financial" anything involves the possibility of fraud, forgery, corruption or the proceeds of crime...it probably isn't the best idea. That's a simple concept. If it hurts people to enable others to amass wealth, it's something to consider. A free market does not mean a blind eye. Your attitude isn't one that represents "Canada" well...it's the new trend. And we're trying to revert back to kinder, gentler country that actually cares more about citizens that it does wealth. There's moderation in all things...money is good/necessary but not at the expense of people. I have to agree with all this.. There's a difference between someone buying say one home or apartment for like a vacation home or for side income by renting it out etc.. and then there's someone buying literally the whole block to stash away dirty money. Money on the backs of others is never a good idea.. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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