8 June 2011
In addition to it, Laberge said that the CBHA is quite pleased with the renewal of ecoENERGY Retrofit-Homes Program. “This decision can renew our existing housing stock, reduce energy bills and decrease the greenhouse gas emissions.”
Moreover, the budget includes the support of municipal infrastructure. The CHBA is glad that at least some financial responsibility will be taken from home owners.
The Association is also pleased with changes in human resources development, which include the extension of tuition tax credit for examination fees. The government will also concentrate on supporting immigrants who need to cover the cost of credential recognition. It’s obvious that it will help the Canadian economy to develop at a faster pace and balance the labour market. And of course such improvements will have a positive impact on the housing industry.