— November 14, 2017
Considering current amalgamation movements in Canada, there’s strong evidence that many do not yet grasp the importance of decentralization.
— August 30, 2017
Between 2011 and 2016, the city gained more than 116,000 new residents.
— May 15, 2017
Labour market performance has been extremely weak since the last recession.
— April 21, 2017
By capping rents, governments create a disincentive for prospective builders to construct new units.
— April 6, 2017
The price of housing, like anything else, is determined by supply and demand.
Traffic congestion isn’t just a nuisance or environmental hazard—it’s also a significant economic harm.
— October 26, 2016
Cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, with longer and less certain approval timelines, tended to see less growth in housing stock.
— September 27, 2016
Regulatory red tape is resulting in fewer new homes than there otherwise would be with a growing pool of buyers, contributing to rising prices.
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