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Land-use regulation in “superstar” U.S. cities—same old sad story

The typical number of approval bodies with veto power over rezoning increased in many cities.

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The government’s reliance on formal benefit-cost analysis will be a major barrier to the timely elimination of red tape.

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More than 80 per cent of Canadians live in towns, cities and suburbs.

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Vancouver, along with dozens of other cities, is trying to attract Amazon’s second North American headquarters.

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It costs an estimated $78,000 per unit to comply with building regulations in Vancouver.