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    Upon the completion of my Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta, I am intent on purchasing several condominium units in downtown Edmonton and renting them on a short-term basis (i.e. by the week or by the month). To do so, I shall incorporate under the name Neat Accommodation (to be known as Neat throughout the remainder of this document). The operations of Neat will be governed under Alberta’s Residential Tenancy Act. This text will explore the operational implications of the

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    Capitalism is the predominant political economic system in the developed world where citizens and companies are able to elect which goods and services to engender and how they will procure and disburse their earnings. It is highly based on private property and private profit however; the government controls some portions of the economy within nations. Although capitalism is beneficial for citizens in various ways, it also creates negative impacts on marginalised social groups due to uneven distribution

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    Roger and Me is a film documenting the lives of factory workers and the town of Flint, Michigan after the GM truck factory closed in 1989. Michael Moore, the film maker and narrator, appears biased and represents one-side. This bias was aided by the lack of availability of CEO Roger Smith, and the deliberate tactical maneuvers of GM to avoid Mr. Moore and any discussion of Flint, MI. The town of Flint existed because of the factories. The biggest employer on Flint was GM and the other businesses

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    Policy Issue: Affordable Housing 1. Write a summary of your policy issue that includes the policy or policy issue. (5pts) The policy issue that I will be covering is Affordable housing. Housing policy primary focus should be to provide decent,secure, and affordable homes for the whole population. The Housing Act of 1949 acknowledged the need for a “decent home and a suitable living environment for every American family. The issue is the relationship between the economy and the housing market.

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    two boys in school. One day one of her boys threw a snowball at a car which resulted in the driver kicking in their front door, From that moment forward Arlene began to struggle. With one eviction on her record Arlene struggled to be accepted by other property companies, and landlords. Not only did her eviction cause her issues being accepted but, having two little boys increased her struggle. For mothers in poverty who have kids, their chances of being accepted for housing decreases dramatically

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    A Hasty Decision When I turned eighteen I went out and began renting my very own apartment. The effort I put into this task at the time seemed sufficient. I went online, found a place I liked with good location and low rent. I asked my good friend Sean to live with me to help keep costs down. Then I took care of all the utilities, gas electric, cable, phone, internet, and all the necessities. My first apartment gave me some very rough times, but from that time I learned a little about apartments

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    land. The Bank. Who is a bank? Is it a person? A physical thing? Couldn't it see that it was causing such suffering and despair? Although the heads of the bank could sympathize with the plight of the tenants, they felt that for some reason, the eviction could not be stopped.

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    Foreclosure is one of the hardest things that a person can be introduced to. It can make a person or break a person, but for me it made me so much stronger. I can truly say I have accomplished much more since getting out of a foreclosure scam at a very young age of 16. Throughout that hard time I just continued to not only motivate myself, but my mother because I understand getting something taken away from you that you have worked hard for can destroy a good person. This is what happened to my

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    Eviction causes a vicious cycle of homeless and poverty. Eviction promotes homelessness by tarnishing individual’s ability to obtain adequate housing, and worsens poverty and exclusion by trapping individuals and families in a vicious circle of difficult circumstances. The primary cause of eviction is financial; people from lower socioeconomic situations are facing the worst affordability crisis in several generations .There is also a tertiary affect on a person’s health when exposed to prolonged

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    proximity highly valued land and the fact that these communities often lack the organization to defend themselves legally, the evictions target the poorest members of Brazil’s society. Numerous media outlets have covered these stories over the last couple years, with similar scenarios happening throughout. Pacification process In parts of Brazil’s favelas where evictions were deemed unnecessary, a different set of actions have been implemented to secure the safety of fans, journalists, and teams

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