When thinking of traditional housing in Canada, a brick bungalow might come to mind. Typically with three bedrooms, modest living space and low ceilings the brick bungalow became popular in the 1970-80s. They often provided a great home for families, but certainly the lacked in housing diversity.
This idea of "housing diversity" is something that the ordinary family has a hard time accomplishing with many new home styles being predetermined by residential developers. Housing diversity can be defined in many different ways but let’s just think about it as 'housing done differently'. This could mean housing which appearance, building materials, location, or environmental design is different.
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