Thursday, September 28, 2017

What's wrong with this picture?

(Photo by Retiring Guy)
While Ms. Szczygiel and her husband have been upbeat about how the various new developments, along with Montreal’s many festivals and events, have made the city more dynamic and increased tourism, she acknowledged there is a downside. 
“We are unfortunately in for a lot of construction,” she said. “But hopefully it will lead to long term benefits for business owners.”
Word searches for 'affordable' and 'unaffordable' in the above article = 0.

Here's the downside:  Montreal is becoming an increasingly unaffordable place to live.

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