Housing prices increased 111 per cent in Toronto and 82 per cent in Vancouver.
Between 2010 and 2019, home prices increased by 111 per cent in Toronto and 82 per cent in Vancouver.
In some Canadian cities, housing costs grew more than 50 per cent faster than incomes.
Housing unit completions in B.C. have remained relatively flat over the last decade.
High housing costs and long commutes can discourage workers from moving to cities such as Toronto.
Cities with the strictest land-use regulations have the lowest rates of housing stock growth.
In the Greater Toronto Area, home prices are 50 per cent higher than they were during Ontario’s last election in 2014.
In the Greater Golden Horseshoe, per-unit building costs to comply with regulation amount to nearly $50,000.