Survey says large majorities of homeowners in Metro Vancouver and the Greater Toronto Area want housing prices to stop rising.
San Francisco has a comparable land area to Vancouver but accommodates roughly 30 per cent more residents.
Rezoning in Toronto takes more than half a year, on average.
The Wynne government almost exclusively targeted housing demand—not supply.
Home prices in the GTA have risen almost 50 per cent since the last provincial election in 2014.
Building permit approval timelines averaged almost 18 months in Toronto and 21 months in Vancouver.
Ontario’s government has doubled-down on rent controls, which mandate how much landlords can charge renters.
In today's budget, B.C. NDP Finance Minister Carole James said the government’s housing plan will be “comprehensive."
Metro Vancouver’s housing crunch exists primarily because there aren’t enough new homes getting built.
The price of homes—like the price of anything—is determined by both demand and supply.