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what was unusual about the landholding policy in the vancouver colony? and why would immigrants from Canada object to such a policy?

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  1. Jasmine -- please do not switch user names in this forum.

    High land prices kept all but the elite and rich from owning property.

    http://www.beaconhillparkhistory.org/articles/117_ideal_society.htm

    Do you mean immigrants TO Canada?

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