toronto housing

Queen’s Park and Toronto City Hall put the squeeze on renters

In 2011, average rents were just over $1,000—in 2016, they jumped to $1,242.

Proposed rent control rules already discouraging rental development in Ontario

Recently 1,000 units initially intended for the rental market have been converted into condo units.

By targeting foreign buyers, Queen’s Park misses the point

In the Greater Golden Horseshoe, per-unit building costs to comply with regulation amount to nearly $50,000.

Dependence on housing leaves Ontario economy vulnerable

Business investment in Ontario is $50.9 billion this year, down from $53.8 billion before the recession.