affordable housing

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Insufficient supply relative to demand means fewer homes available to renters and buyers alike.


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Overdue plans for housing require action in 2023

Toronto plans to overhaul zoning and housing approvals by early this year.


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Detractors of Ontario’s new housing plan must offer alternative solutions to affordability crisis

In the 1970s roughly one home was built annually for every 1.2 new Ontarians compared to 2.4 new Ontarians in the most recent decade.


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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.