Revelstoke, B.C., scrambles to create staff housing amid low-vacancy crunch | CBC News
The tourism destination of Revelstoke, B.C., is scrambling to build micro-units and dorms for workers amid a housing crunch that’s left some people sleeping in their cars.
“Our frontline workers are stacking up, quite honestly, 17 deep in a three-bedroom house just out of necessity, are couch surfing or, in some cases, living out of the back of their hatchback for weeks at a time,” said Kevin Dorrius, general manager of Community Futures Revelstoke.

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