Trudeau pitches apartment building push with $15B more in loans – National

The federal government is setting aside another $15 billion in the upcoming budget for its apartment construction loan program.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the funding will help build another 30,000 apartments within the next 10 years.

The government is also reforming the program to extend loan terms and expand financing to housing for students and seniors.

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The announcement is part of the Liberals’ pre-budget tour of the country.

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The Liberals also say the funding for provinces and territories will come with conditions, including adopting the recently announced renters’ bill of rights.

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