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Cookie Cutter Habitats for All.

As part of the future generation of homebuyers in this city, I must say, the future looks bleak.

Every day another green windowed condo goes up that couldn't be distinguished from it's 9 other neighbours. Homes too, are actually being built, but the same style (or lack thereof) appears to be in effect. All around are rows and rows of nothing but the same... the suburbs coming back to their roots. Cement, faux brick, a little bit of sprayed black railing, and up goes the For Sale sign.

There are hundreds of brilliant architecture grads every year in this town, let alone this province. Can someone, please, give them a chance to impress?


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