In 2016, average rents in Montreal were $835 a month compared to $1,242 in Toronto and just under $1,300 in Vancouver.
Novembre 2, 2017 5:00AM
Septembre 30, 2016 12:26PM
For my money—and for taxpayers’ money, too—“shovel worthy” is therefore a much better phrase than “shovel ready.”
Mars 4, 2016 12:56PM
Pour un Grand Montréal plus compétitif – un assouplissement du processus réglementaire de la construction résidentielle
Entre les deux derniers recensements (2006 et 2011), la croissance de la population dans l’agglomération montréalaise a été de 5,2%, surpassant largement la moyenne provinciale de 4,7%.
Novembre 13, 2015 4:00AM
William Watson: Crumbling infrastructure notwithstanding, we shouldn’t submit to more public spending
It’s true that in Montreal, our roads are chronically potholed and some of our highways, overpasses and bridges are literally crumbling. But does that come from any general reluctance to invest in public goods?
Janvier 24, 2013 2:00AM
Over the years, Quebec has earned a reputation as being hostile to business due to persistent anti-business policies. As a consequence, Montreal has declined as a hub for major corporate headquarters. With a lower concentration of large corporate headquarters, the city loses out on many economic benefits.