Queen’s Park and Toronto City Hall put the squeeze on renters

In 2011, average rents were just over $1,000—in 2016, they jumped to $1,242.

By targeting foreign buyers, Queen’s Park misses the point

In the Greater Golden Horseshoe, per-unit building costs to comply with regulation amount to nearly $50,000.

How an NDP-Green government can free up B.C.’s housing supply

It takes 21 months, on average, for Vancouver to approve housing projects compared to seven months in Burnaby.

Wynne government delivers another potential blow to housing affordability in Toronto

Since sprawl is limited, to grow its housing supply, Toronto must build up.

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