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.
Rising incomes and low interest rates have generated tremendous demand for housing across the country.
Cities that build more homes when they’re most needed tend to see less home-price volatility.
In the greater Toronto and Vancouver areas, rents keep rising and rental vacancies remain low.
The more floors allowed in new projects, the more feasible they become.
The federal government recently committed $1.37 billion to two major rapid transit projects in Metro Vancouver.
When Ontario announced a modest reform earlier this year, groups lined up to defend rent control.