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More than 80 per cent of Canadians live in towns, cities and suburbs.


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On average, it takes one-and-a-half years before builders can break ground in Toronto.


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Mayor-elect Kennedy Stewart wants to reach 85,000 new housing units over 10 years.


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Toronto's changing whether you like it or not—might as well be for the better

The cost of buying and renting is driven upward by a scarcity of available homes.


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The imbalance between the number of available units and the number of would-be renters drives up rents.


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City hall holds the key to solving housing crisis in Canadian cities

Building permit approval timelines averaged almost 18 months in Toronto and 21 months in Vancouver.


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Ontario’s unemployment rate crept up slightly to 5.9 per cent in October.