The government’s reliance on formal benefit-cost analysis will be a major barrier to the timely elimination of red tape.
In the 1970s the Bank of Canada switched to monetarist money-supply targeting.
At last count, the GTA rental vacancy rate was 1.1 per cent.
The higher-than-expected inflation of the late-1980s was one reason the bank switched to inflation targeting.
Statistics Canada again tried to explain the productivity slowdown of the last two decades.
The number of people needing “hampers” from the food bank increased by more than 50 per cent.
More than 80 per cent of Canadians live in towns, cities and suburbs.
On average, it takes one-and-a-half years before builders can break ground in Toronto.
Mayor-elect Kennedy Stewart wants to reach 85,000 new housing units over 10 years.
In the World Economic Forum’s recent Global Competitiveness Report, the U.S. ranked 1st and Canada ranked 12th.