The Vancouver City Council unanimously approved the movement on the afternoon to reduce Russian "renovation" plans, but the councilor who moves the movement has reduced its "mosta".
Activist Housing and Councilor Jean Swanson presented the move last month. Cities make it harder for landlords to expel their tenants when it comes to housing or updating.
But a few more parts of the movement were mentioned more to the city's employees, as opposed to those of the provinces, which linked the units to the units according to province. This means that the landlords would not be able to increase the lease of rent, as it is today.
"The problem is that the councilor was listening to landlords' threats and had to investigate their staff, and the workers had no teeth," Swanson said.
"This was mushed".
A passage section of the passage approves the laws of the Province's Housing Law (RTA). Consequently, landlords are forced to temporarily transfer their tenants, if possible, without renewal without wasting rent or rent.
The revised movement also calls on the city to find out how to keep track of all building buildings and provide information about their rights. Another part of the movement examines ways of registering and publishing public places in the city.
Provincial vs. municipal jurisdiction
The mayor, Kennedy Stewart, said that changes in movement would require workers to legally carry out investigations because the housing laws were subject to the province.
"When we say we need more information, it's real," Stewart said.
In British Columbia, laws that regulate rental leases and control of wages are subject to RTAs with a residential Housing Office for the resolution of the court.
The City of Vancouver's Protection and Recovery Protection acts as a complement to the RTA, the city's planning general, the mayor and the council's memory.
Urban policies require landlords to request a development authorization as part of the permit approval process for a landing plan. This proves that the renovation must move the landlord and compensate them.
However, policy will not apply if renewals do not require development permission.
Swanson's original movement called the leadership of the city to apply all types of lease rental and licensing, but the RTA and the Vancouver Charter do not currently accept it.
Large leases, low discount rate
In the last two weeks, dozens of people, mostly investors, have participated in public hearings to express their changes. Many of them in the gallery gallery cried tonight tonight.
The advertisers offered the offers of hiring new stories of landlords, offering ATM machines, but they would say that they would leave the city to find another place of life.
Half of the city's inhabitants rented houses. According to the employee's note, Vancouver's rental job is only 0.9% – a minimum of Canada.
It gives a lot of remarks in the older home of rented homes, as repairs, upgrades and innovation are growing. As Land says, they say they are making a difficult payment through these rental rates.
The province has organized a Rental Housing Task Force to tackle the issue. This month is expected to make recommendations.
Meera Bains files