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Terrace is now the no-vacancy capital of British Columbia

An image from the RE/MAX Terrace website. It is now harder to find a home in Terrace than anywhere else in British Columbia.

A decade ago, Terrace had a vacancy rate of 20%. Now the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation has placed it at 0%, the lowest in British Columbia.  David Block is the director of development services for the City of Terrace. He spoke with Betsy Trumpener about the search for a solution.

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