If tradesman, home inspectors, auto mechanics etc all need licensing with oversite by the province…why don’t provincial politicians need licensing to manage the province??
Think about all the arguments they put forth about protecting the consumer, improving the product etc. (none of which has any basis in reality based on other regions who have adopted minimum licensing standards) then look at their recent actions and ask yourself–would we have been protected from the hundreds of millions of dollars being bilked from the consumer by the current administration if those in charge had some training and oversite on how to manage construction contracts or properly handle public consultations??
The hypocrisy of this whole cash grab (and it will be a cash grab–mark my words there will be an annual enrollment or administration fee in there payable to the province) makes my skin crawl. They have stolen more from the “consumer” in one term than we as home inspectors could ever steal in a lifetime-- even if a majority were half blind and poorly trained (and that is certainly not true)
Yet, at the end of the day, we are the ones that need a license…:roll: