‘Call it what it is’ — Most Vancouver ‘social housing’ geared to $50,000+ incomes
Nathalie Baker impugns Vancouver’s plans for so-called “social housing” to address housing and homelessness crisis.
“They should just call it what it is,” said Nathalie Baker, a lawyer with Vancouver firm Eyford Partners LLP who specializes in municipal law. “If you’re not being up-front and forthright about what we’re dealing with, how do we know we’re actually solving a problem and not making it worse?”
“It’s kind of crazy to think that’s where we’re at, if a household earning $100,000 lives in social housing,” Baker said.
Garrison, the city’s housing policy director, didn’t disagree on either point.
Eyford Partners LLP Welcomes Nathalie Baker to Firm
We are pleased to announce that Nathalie J. Baker joined the firm as associate counsel in our Vancouver office on 01 February 2019. Nathalie is an experienced litigator, called to...View Details