From the fifth floor of his College and Dovercourt two-bedroom apartment, Jaco Joubert has a spectacular view of the glittering lights of Toronto’s downtown condos.
He’s often wondered why so many people struggle to find a decent place to live, with so many shiny new towers and cranes in the sky.
That curiosity led him to do his own investigation, training his camera on those very lights. What he found surprised him.
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