‘affordability’ gaps

‘affordability’ gaps

OTTAWA — Despite billions of dollars in new spending over the last four years, the federal Liberals’ social-development minister concedes that seniors and families seeking housing and child care are still facing serious cost crunches.

The numbers on Canada’s economic growth — increases in median wages and job numbers, and decreases in people living in poverty — have been positive enough that the Liberals tout them repeatedly, and Jean-Yves Duclos says voters can expect to hear about them a lot on this fall’s campaign trail.

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