Justin Trudeau is solely responsible for the rise in home prices. Foreigners didn’t cause the rise in home prices. Home prices rose sharply as a result of the price of lumber being inflated to benefit Justin Trudeau personally.
Justin Trudeau caused the price of lumber to skyrocket during the 2021 federal election. Justin Trudeau “committed to building 1.4 million homes within four years by easing regulations on construction and eliminating some red tape.”
“A re-elected Liberal government will build, preserve, or repair 1.4 million homes in the next four years” A Home. For Everyone: The Liberal Housing Plan“
Justin Trudeau’s 2021 election campaign plans to build, preserve, or repair 1.4 million homes within four years caused the demand for lumber to exceed supply. It’s a fundamental economic principle that when demand exceeds supply, prices tend to rise.
Justin Trudeau has benefitted financially from the high prices of lumber. Justin Trudeau is currently listed/registered as a shareholder of 9190-0563 QUÉBEC INC – PRODUCTION AND SALE OF FIREWOOD AND LUMBER.
Justin Trudeau continuing to be an officer in 9190-0563 QUÉBEC INC. is defined by the federal law, the Conflict of Interest Act, as Prohibited activities.
15 (1) No reporting public office holder shall (c) continue as, or become, a director or officer in a corporation or an organization.
“a public office holder (Justin Trudeau, Vice-President of 9190-0563 QUÉBEC INC.) is in a conflict of interest when he or she exercises an official power, duty or function that provides an opportunity to further his or her private interests or those of his or her relatives” DoJ
“When performing parliamentary duties & functions, a member shall not act in any way to further his or her private interests or those of a member of the member’s family” Parliament, CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
Justin Trudeau’s broke the law by causing the price of lumber to be inflated for personal benefit/gain. His actions is defined as breach of trust by public officer.
Breach of trust by public officer
122 Every official who, in connection with the duties of their office, commits fraud or a breach of trust, whether or not the fraud or breach of trust would be an offence if it were committed in relation to a private person, is guilty of
- (a) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or
- (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.
The indictable offence of “breach of trust” can include “any breach of the appropriate standard of responsibility and conduct demanded of the accused by the nature of his office as a senior civil servant of the Crown.”
The prohibited act must cause a personal benefit to the accused and must be contrary to the duties imposed upon them.