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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J6 THE IETKBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 27, 1973 Two-decade forecast Canada to become country of tenants TORONTO (CP) Canada gradually will become a coun- try of tenants In the next 20 years, Michael Audain, housing director of the Canadian Coun- cil on Social Development, says. In a paper to a sem'uiar on rental housing, Mr. Audain said rented dwellings made up 39 per cent of the more than six million dwellings across Can-' ada in )971. It is doubtful it the trend to renting will be reversed in the 1070s, he said. Mr. Audain cited nopulatioii growth in metropoli- tan areas, more non-family households Drought about by young people leaving home ear- lier and the shift to multiple dwellings because of construc- tion costs for the continued trend (award renting. _ A. E. Diamond, Toronto pres- ident of Cadillac Development Corp. Lid., told the seminar that the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Act, 1970, has resulted in liigher maintenance costs for the developer. Ho said rent conlrols were unnecessary except to control an "inordinate rise in rents." Maintenance costs wont up because the only way now to ohtain money to cover costs of repairs is through tha courts, he said. Mr. Diamond suggested land- lords' return on their in- vestment had dropped from 10.7 per cent in 1968 to 13.8 per cent in 1972. Liz Seimans, a member of the Winnipeg Tenants Associ- ation, said the seminar seems to be "dealing with people who can afford to live in a high-rise and the people here all seem to he executive directors or -hing or other." EGG TOOTH Every young alligator or croc- odile has a point on its head called an "egg tooth" that helps it lireak out of its shell. THE CHAIR MAN Now Democratic Party leader David Lewis stands on a chair while addressing party workers during the federal election campaign. Oils health use still controversy TJv GI.ENNIS for causing a buildup OTTAWA (CP) The con- acid in heart muscle. troversy over which oils are researchers have most healthful for human diets a new rapeseed still is raging. in erucic But Dr. Bruce E. McDonald's study, of the University of Manitoba, human volunteers, Winnipeg, said here human normal diets made diets with maximum amounts oil could only of rapesced oils, high in erucic to maximum levels acids, probably still vs'ould eight per cent of the have effects on The effects of erucic acid, a GOT component of most said this is lower than i oils, got a thorough study in which ination during the opening been found. In studies of the meeting of the there were effects, Oil Chemists' Society. at least 10 per cent researchers presented papers describing recent findings on the effects of erucic acid on heart tissues and other organs. Erucic acid has calories in irapeseed oil. Dr. A. N. Booth, research specialist at the Western Regional Research Laboratories, Albany, Calif., described effects on rats Plans high in either rapeseed, soybean or crambe oils. These rats were fed diets nearly to Those on soybean or crambe oils gained weight than those on oil oils, he said, and those on rapeseed and crambe had significantly higher numbers TORONTO (CP) lesions after two ative plans for containing of 18 cleaning up accidental oil on rapeseed had heart were announced Tuesday compared with none seven major oil companies 15 rats fed soybean erating in The program calls for 10 Dr. Booth said bile units with trained crews only in males. he placed at strategic no significant in the province by the end the female They will supplement 23 vironmental co-operatives" which the seven companies TV others have established Ihe province from Thunder YORK (CP) A. in the northwest to Windsor between Cornwall in the southern William F, l-cmitics. 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