Business & Finance Sep 5, 2019 10:08 AM EST

B.C. renters could pay up to 2.6 percent more in 2020

However, Robinson says that if changes had not been made, renters could have seen an increase as high as 9 percent in their rental rates due to various loopholes in the previous inflation formula.

B.C. renters could pay up to 2.6 percent more in 2020
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