Doug Ford just can’t seem to let go of his obsession with Toronto. First he cut the size of council nearly in half, and now his government is changing official development plans.
New home sales may be picking up steam this spring, but residential construction slowed down slightly across the country.
Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, has proposed numerous changes to land use planning in Ontario. A lot of people are not happy about the amendments and the potential impacts.
The province of Ontario just passed Bill 108, also known as the More Homes, More Choice: Ontario’s Housing Supply Action Plan.
The Greater Toronto Area resale housing market continued its upswing as sales activity increased in May 2019, according to data from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Toronto’s population is growing quickly, and I’m worried we don’t have enough homes to accommodate all the people who want to call this city home.
The Fair Housing Plan was introduced by the former Liberal provincial government as a solution to runaway home price growth; year-over-year values had spiked over 30% in the Greater Toronto Area, prompting concerns.
Would you pay more for a condo unit because it has an extra bedroom, even if the square footage was the same as a unit with fewer bedrooms?
There’s a mortgage stress test duel underway, and the weapons of choice are reports and open letters. Who will win?
Earlier this year, you had an opportunity to share your ideas for the Ontario Place redevelopment. Now, the provincial government is seeking proposals and concepts from around the world.
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