Condo parking dispute leads to forced sale

This story has been mentioned before, but this looks like the end of it. The RCMP has removed the condo owners.

RCMP escorted Cheng-Fu Bea from his home of 17 years under a court order issued last month that ruled the Beas must sell.

“The lawyer used the RCMP to force me out of my unit. It’s abuse,” said a visibly distressed Bea. “Where can I go? I have no place to go.”

Ah, that condo owning lifestyle!

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Annoying how they group together immigration and foreign investment.


Why China isn’t in the World Cup.


China’s CCTV reports on Canada’s housing market, June 19, (5 minutes);


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First hand evidence here. I lived and worked in Russia illegally for several years as well as most of my friends from ex-USSR republics. There is no other way to stay there because a number of work permits per year is extremely low. There are no rental buildings and 95% of rental suites fly under radar. Almost nobody pay taxes from rental income.
This state of affairs is very convenient for corrupt officials, because they can get bribes from immigrants and rental suites owners.

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@98: With inflation, typical Canadian professionals and trades with established careers are sitting somewhere in the vicinity of 100,000 per year these days. If you assume that people doing well are more likely to brag than those who aren’t, that daily readers of finance/real estate blogs are above average, and then factor in dual incomes, why is 200,000 such a reach?


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Price Changes 99
Sold Listings 164

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seems counterintuitive.
Russia is under constant treath of terrorist attacks, and has the former boss of the KGB in charge.
One would think the Russian population would not take it lightly if foreigners would take their jobs and drive up rents.
Maybe you are right and Canada is really different, blessed with non corrupt governments and foreigners who come here with all the proper paper work, pay their taxes and observe all the customs and laws.


@95: “Illegal aliens right under Putin’s nose?”

Absolutely. Russia is ranked as one of the most corrupt countries for a reason. It also has the largest migrant workforce in the world. Foreign that is – China has the largest domestic migrant workforce, much of which is also living illegally in their cities of work.

“I assume, the same (registration) holds true for Moscow.”

Offically. But what’s offical and what’s reality in these countries are two different things.

Son of Ponzi

Illegal aliens right under Putin’s nose?
Before coming to Canada I lived in Vienna and Berlin.
And you had to register with the local polizei when you moved into the City or if you moved to a new district within the City.
I assume, the same holds true for Moscow.


@88: “I guess you are taking about the “official” population stats.”

Well actually I was talking about the lack of growth of rents indicating no shortage of shelter. Population was an aside.

Cities which have large undocumented populations have very high rents relative to statistical incomes. Like Moscow, for example.

So what actual evidence do you have of a large undocumented population in Vancouver?


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Not surprising given that the rate of population increase is well below historical norms.
I guess you are taking about the “official” population stats.


@82 The article was about Sydney, Australia.

Followup to the article about the transgendered rights discussion for the schools.

The NPA released a statement late Friday afternoon declaring it had formally expelled Sophia Woo and Ken Denike “given that the two have chosen to follow their own course in various matters without consulting with the other members of caucus.”

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