B.C. to end self-regulation of real estate industry after critical report

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British Columbia’s real estate industry no longer deserves the privilege of self-regulation and will have that authority stripped away, Premier Christy Clark announced after a damning report concluded the sector had lost the public trust. Earlier Wednesday, the NDP called on the province to launch a task force of police, Crown prosecutors and auditors that would investigate and prosecute fraud and money laundering in the housing market.

Read the full article at Toronto Metro.