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Board Chair Joy MacPhail Chosen for Canada’s Expert Panel on Future Housing Supply

In the Media | 09.05.19

Adler University Chair of the Board of Trustees Joy MacPhail was recently chosen to chair Canada’s Expert Panel on Future Housing Supply, jointly established with the Province of British Columbia. She will join several other leaders and specialists to examine housing trends for rental and home ownership in an effort to make housing safe, suitable, and affordable for citizens.

Panel members will work with stakeholders to identify and evaluate measures that could help increase the supply of housing in British Columbia to better meet demand. The Expert Panel on Future Housing Supply will provide their report to the Ministers of Finance in both British Columbia and Canada by December 2020.

Read more in the Department of Finance Canada press release “Governments of Canada and British Columbia Announce Expert Panel on Future of Housing Supply.”

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