Tiny homes can’t solve the housing needs of all Canadians however, when someone that is over-housed in a home larger than their needs, relocates to a tiny home, that bigger home becomes available to a bigger household. Tiny homes can accommodate the needs of larger family groups through redistribution.
Last updated: June 01, 2019
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