Baljit Bawa

How does your party intend to support first-time home buyers and new Canadians who are struggling to find affordable housing that meets their needs? 

The People's Party has a strategy to help Canadians afford homes. It dependent on its other issues, like restricting immigration, ending supply management and lowering taxes.

The mortgage stress test is impacting individuals and families in your riding. What adjustment do you feel should be implemented to address the negative consequences? 

Immigration will be a solution. Fewer immigrants, you’ll have less pressure on the housing market so pressure will be lower.

Housing supply continues to be a significant issue in many markets across the country. What should the federal government do to help with housing supply issues?

The PPC will end supply management, which would save households $400 per year, would help make it easier for Canadians to pay for housing. The final pillar of the People’s Party indirect housing affordability plan is tax reform: the PPC has proposed abolishing the capital gains tax, which is a levy charged on investment incomes, and establish a two-tiered tax system that would charge Canadians 15 per cent on income between $15,001 and $100,000 and 25 per cent on income that’s above $100,000, while eliminating taxes on the first $15,000 earned.

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