The furniture bug has taken a new turn.
And it’s not just in Canada.
There are some serious issues with the construction of furniture in the United States and in Australia.
It started with a little problem with the way we build our homes.
It has now been compounded by the fact that we have too many people living in the same place for too long.
The furniture bugs aren’t just in the country.
They are also in Australia and Canada.
In Canada, the furniture bugs have been spreading because of how much people move into new neighbourhoods and their use of the building materials they are using.
They also infect their furniture and make it less safe for others to move into the new homes.
They’re making it harder for neighbours to live in the area and, ultimately, harder for businesses to stay in business.
The big question is, can we get rid of the furniture problem before it gets worse?
A recent survey by the University of Ottawa’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs found that 60 per cent of Canadian families live in a one- or two-bedroom apartment.
The university found that, compared with Canada’s population, this group has the highest level of homelessness in the developed world.
In its latest survey, the institute surveyed 3,200 people across Canada.
It asked people to rate how they felt about the state of their neighbourhoods, and how well they would feel about moving out of a neighbourhood in the next year.
That was followed by a questionnaire on their health, and then it asked them to rate the amount of time they were spending in their new home.
The researchers found that the most common response was “less than a year,” followed by “less then a year and a half.”
But the researchers also found that more than one-quarter of Canadians were moving out in the first year of their new house, and that the percentage was much higher for those who lived in single-family houses.
“This means that the number of people moving out has been increasing in Canada over time,” said Anne-Marie Aikins, the executive director of the Graduate School, who conducted the survey.
“It’s just that it’s happening in new neighbourhoods, where people are not in their own houses, where there’s lots of other people, where they’re moving into homes that they’re not familiar with.”
The research was funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the University Health Network, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
The University of Toronto’s Graduate Centre for Urban and Regional Studies is also conducting a study into the problem.
It’s been looking at trends in homelessness in Toronto.
The study, to be published in the spring, will look at the trends and findings from the Graduate Centre survey.
It will look beyond the statistics and examine the psychological impact of moving out on people’s lives.
That’s what it’s all about.
The issue has been going on for decades, and it’s never been addressed in the way it’s been in the past.
But the research on the issue suggests that it may be getting worse, says Michael MacLeod, the associate professor of housing studies at the Graduate Center.
“If we don’t act, the numbers are going to continue to grow,” he said.
“We can’t stop the trend, but we can make it better.”
The furniture problem In Canada it’s a lot more complicated than just furniture.
It goes back to the fact, first and foremost, that it was a housing issue in the ’50s and ’60s.
It was a time when people were moving in, not just living in a single-person house.
They were moving into multi-person houses.
It became clear that there were lots of vacant units, and people were finding themselves with little to no options.
The government stepped in and set up the Canadian Housing Agency to manage housing in the urban core.
It also set up guidelines about how many units people should occupy per person in the city.
And when the building codes changed in the early 1970s, many developers changed the way they built.
They went with single-storey, one-story houses, which meant that the units would be taller than the rest of the neighbourhood.
The city set up a new code in 1974 that meant that a new house was required to be taller on all four sides than the previous one.
This means that if you are in a three-storeys house, you have to have a new one built on each side of you, rather than just on one side.
It took years to sort that out, but there is a clear precedent.
When we were a child, the first house we saw was built on the front of the front porch, on the second floor, and on the third floor, on both sides.
The second house we built was on the back of the rear porch.
“The only difference was that it had a second story on either side, rather that one story,” says Dr. MacLeod.
“That made it