housing supply

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All three major political parties ignore real solutions to Ontario’s housing crunch

Home prices in the GTA have risen almost 50 per cent since the last provincial election in 2014.


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City hall holds the key to solving housing crisis in Canadian cities

Building permit approval timelines averaged almost 18 months in Toronto and 21 months in Vancouver.


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Local and provincial policies across Canada may negate latest federal rental housing plan

Ontario’s government has doubled-down on rent controls, which mandate how much landlords can charge renters.


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In today's budget, B.C. NDP Finance Minister Carole James said the government’s housing plan will be “comprehensive."


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Metro Vancouver’s housing crunch exists primarily because there aren’t enough new homes getting built.


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It’s time for a balanced approach to understanding home prices

The price of homes—like the price of anything—is determined by both demand and supply.


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Filtering—how markets, not national strategies, make housing affordable

In Toronto the approvals process costs nearly $47,000 per housing unit (on average), compared to $21,000 in Hamilton.