CBC INVESTIGATES Structural weakness, coercion, and duress: a condo project goes off the rails

Imagine paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for a bungalow condominium close to a river and a golf course, only to learn city building inspectors think your new condo could face structural failure.  Then imagine learning the developer faced 56 charges in provincial court for not following orders issued by the city to fix the problems.  Add to that finding out the engineer who you believed was responsible for the structural integrity of your new home was suspended from practice as a result of his involvement in the project.    Read the article………….


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