Canada’s high house prices have forced many people to get creative with their living situations. But one approach, in particular, is gaining ground.
Tiny homes have become a unique option for those trying to combat the cost of living. And according to one sustainable living expert, interest in these types of homes is growing among Canadians.
“At the end of the day, when you have to get into a quarter million, half a million dollars to get into a property, for many people today in an uncertain time, with uncertain wages and uncertain jobs, it’s just not feasible,” Edmonton-based expert Kenton Zerbin, who runs workshops about building tiny homes, told The Canadian Press.
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