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No cheap flats in Kelowna

If you’re wondering how much you would need to make to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in Kelowna, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has provided a clear picture of just how unaffordable the city has become.

The CCPA conducted a study to determine the hourly wage a person would need to rent an average two-bedroom apartment in cities and neighbourhoods across the country without spending more than 30 per cent of their pre-tax income.

Apparently, that's impossible in Kelowna.

The survey found that Kelowna has no affordable apartments for those making minimum wage.

For more on this story, visit Okanagan Edge.



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