affordable housing

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Premier Ford, here’s how to end Toronto’s housing crisis—legalize it

Toronto had 360 housing units per 1,000 residents in 2020, well below the national average of 424.


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‘Inclusionary zoning’ will reinforce Toronto’s exclusionary zoning policies

Residents in unsubsidized units will pay more so residents in subsidized units pay less.


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More government money won’t move needle on housing affordability

The federal government plans to spend billions on “affordable” housing over the next several years.


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Red tape—not greedy companies—drives Canada’s housing crisis

A recent report showed that Canada has fewer housing units per capita than any other G7 country.


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Supply constraints drive home prices in Canada

In April, the average price for a home in Canada hit $723,500.


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Horgan home subsidies won’t make Metro Vancouver more affordable

Vancouver is among the most unaffordable cities in the world.


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B.C. government’s $2 billion building plan won’t solve Vancouver’s housing affordability crisis

The Horgan government plans to build 9,000 housing units for middle-income earners.


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Post-COVID housing squeeze will hurt lower-income residents

In the Greater Toronto Area, the detached housing market is hot while the market for apartments and condos is not.