Estate Prices: Police Barracks and Non-Indigenous Family
estate prices: Masked men with bats stood outside the police barracks, preventing roughly 60 officers from leaving, according to National Observer. It was kind of, like, anarchy, Gollin recalled in a recent interview. The home of the grand chief had been deliberately burned down that winter. The non-Indigenous family who sold him the land were eager to unload it. But Gollin, who immigrated to Canada from Italy in the 1970s, soon learned that the unrest driving down real estate prices was rooted in historical grievances that would not be resolved overnight. I got a price that was very acceptable, he said, declining to disclose the amount. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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