So if Vancouver was affordable tens of thousands of people wouldn't leave?

Wouldn't that increase demand and make Vancouver less affordable?


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Aug 20, 2018 at 3:52pm

So if [food, medicine, drinking water] was affordable wouldn't people consume more of it? Wouldn't that increase demand and make [food, medicine, drinking water] less affordable?

Why is one necessity of life treated so differently from all the others?

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It's all immigration...

Aug 20, 2018 at 6:56pm

... that is increasing density. The province publishes birth states, we have far fewer babies than in the 1980s---it's immigration.

Canada, however, is a dishonest totalitarian state, so it's basically illegal to suggest obvious facts---I've watched the numbers for years, and it is so obvious what is going on.

But here's how it works. Anyone with decent math skills can work and make a decent private sector income, so they have no incentive to go and explain the situation to those people whose math skills arne't as good.

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Aug 20, 2018 at 11:22pm

when supply goes up demand goes down, no?

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