New B.C. Housing lawsuits suggest nearly one-third of subsidized units went to unqualified buyers

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B.C. Housing filed 14 new lawsuits this week against a wide range of people accused of abusing a program designed to get affordable homes into the hands of people who need them.

After days of questioning following CBC stories about alleged violations of an Affordable Home Ownership Program, B.C’s Housing Minister released figures suggesting as many as a third of the 135 units in Victoria’s Vivid condominium project went to buyers who never lived in the building.

In a statement released late Thursday, Ravi Kahlon said B.C. Housing has taken

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