In many cities across the globe, technology has long been seen as a foe to housing affordability. In cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, tech giants such as Facebook, Apple, and Amazon are often credited with contributing to the cities’ housing crisis — raising housing prices beyond even what the company’s own employees can afford (Google’s van dwellers being an oft-cited case). And as the tech industry flourishes in several Canadian cities, some experts ha
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