High school students in Prince Edward Island, Canada, are building a tiny home as part of their carpentry class. The house is 16 by 20 feet, modern-looking, and will have a bathroom and solar panels. The students are responsible for all aspects of the project, from planning to construction. The materials arrived in November, and the students have nearly completed the base of the house. The project aims to teach students valuable skills and provide affordable housing options in the future. The carpentry instructor hopes to have the tiny home finished by the end of the school year.