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More On Affordale Housing in Saint John

Yesterday we brought you the story of 33 Smythe Street,the building on the Saint John waterfront that's been wrapped in plastic for ten months -- with dozens of low-income seniors living inside. Some of those seniors told CBC News they were afraid to complain about their situation for fear of losing their subsidized apartments. Rachel Cave tells us more about the state of afforable housing in the city.


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