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On average, it takes one-and-a-half years before builders can break ground in Toronto.

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Seattle’s rental vacancy rate jumped to 5.4 per cent—five times that of the GTA.

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Toronto, Vancouver and other high-demand cities should focus on getting more housing built, at a quicker pace.

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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.

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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.