Immigration policymakers catch heat

The Globe published yet another criticism of federal immigration policy today, as it relates to creating housing imbalances (that story).

Politicians are about to see far more coverage of this issue as Canadians get fed up with newcomers driving their housing costs higher, let alone taxing health care and education systems. Surveys show that most Canadians are pro-immigration, as they should be, but there's a limit.

From a housing standpoint, heat in the press will result in one of three outcomes:

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