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Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister, left, and Chrystia Freeland, Canada's deputy prime minister and finance minister, hold copies of the federal budget in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Freeland is imposing a one-time windf Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government announced Thursday it will ban foreign investors from buying homes in Canada for two years in a bid to cool off a hot housing market.Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland took a number of measures to tamp down speculation and demand amid record home prices in announcing the federal budget for the year.The government announced a two-year ban on foreign home buying as well as higher taxes for people who sell their home within a year, though both measures include multiple exceptions including for permanent residents and foreign students.RELATED: California home prices have more than tripled in these citiesThe budget also includes billions for new housing and measures to help Canadians trying to get into the market, including a new savings account and changes to the first-time home buyers tax credit.The government is under pressure to cool an overheated market after prices climbed by more than 20% last year, while rental rates have also been rising.The federal Liberal government is also promising $500 million Canadian (US$397 million) in additional military aid to Ukraine as well as more humanitarian and financial support to Kyiv in response to Russia’s invasion.RELATED: First-time homebuyer? Real estate experts offer advice in crazy marketCanada responded to months of pressure from the NATO military alliance and others by promising more than $8 billion Canadian (US7.2 billion) in new military spending over the next five years.
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