Solving the province's housing crisis
Feb, 02 2007 - 6:00 AM
- The Alberta government is spending 400-thousand dollars on a 16-member review panel that will try to solve the province's housing crisis in 45 days.
Housing Minister Ray Danyluk says the task force won't be handcuffed in any way and may consider anything, including rent controls.
The committee is slated to hold community meetings in Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray and six other Alberta communities.