Burlington spent nearly 17 per cent of tax-financed expenditure on “general government.”
According to a report commissioned by the province, more than 115,000 new housing units were awaiting approval in six Metro Vancouver municipalities.
Metro Vancouverites will go to the polls later this month.
The average annual growth rates in household income range from a high of 4.1 per cent for Timmins to a low of -0.1 per cent for Windsor.
At $1,944 per resident, Vancouver is the third highest spender regionwide.
Both Toronto and Vancouver require at least one space per residential unit in most of the city.
The Wynne government almost exclusively targeted housing demand—not supply.
Metro Vancouver’s housing crunch exists primarily because there aren’t enough new homes getting built.
Across the Greater Golden Horseshoe it takes an average of 18 months to obtain a building permit.