The home at 868 Shaw Street has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and a significant tilt to the right!
The Huffington Post
reports that the leaning home is not unique as others in the neighbourhood have suffered similar problems; the one next door has been recently refurbished.
Builder Gundis Briedis told CBC that the house should be torn down because fixing the foundations, which are built on a former gravel pit, could cost as much as $100,000.
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