The Horgan government plans to build 9,000 housing units for middle-income earners.
Rather than decide how much parking residents should have, city hall should let residents decide for themselves.
When Ontario announced a modest reform earlier this year, groups lined up to defend rent control.
Over time, the main drivers of home prices are incomes and interest rates.
Rent control could devastate the rental market in Toronto.
To reduce the cost of housing in Vancouver, more units must be built.
Long and uncertain building permit approval timelines make it more difficult to build in cities like Toronto.
Council and community groups represent strongest deterrent to homebuilding in Toronto.
Affordability in Toronto has eroded to an all-time low, with prices jumping by more than 50 per cent in the past five years.
If taxing foreign buyers affects demand for homes in some cities, where might that demand migrate to?