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The new financial deal announced Monday will also see the province taking full control of the Ontario Place redevelopment plan.

Today, Paul Calandra, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, released the following statement:

“When it comes to building at least 1.5 million new homes by 2031, we need all hands on deck.

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities says new research it commissioned finds municipalities would need $600 billion in infrastructure funding to help support construction of 5.8 million homes by 2030.
That's the number of homes the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corp. says Canada needs to build to restore affordability.

The 2024 East Gwillimbury budget deliberations have kicked off and it looks like your taxes will be going up. The draft budget shows a 7.7 per cent tax levy increase, which translates to approximately a $155 annual increase for the average East Gwillimbury household.

Toronto’s Chief Planner Gregg Lintern will be calling it a career next month, a spokesperson for the city confirms.

Scarcity of capital in multifamily is driving developers toward alternate and niche funding sources. As a result, preferred equity, a once-sidelined mode of financing, is attracting new investors due to the higher-than-average returns it offers them

TTC riders in Toronto’s downtown core now have access to 5G service.

Bonnie Crombie has raised nearly one million dollars in her bid for leadership of the Ontario Liberals, tens of thousands of which appear to have come from one developer based in the Toronto area.

We need a new plan that changes how we design, construct, renovate and heat homes

Detroit’s local tax structure emerges from a decades-long history of industrial restructuring, migration patterns, and a host of other factors that have depopulated and reshaped the city, including migration to suburbs due to subsidized highway development, white flight and racial unrest, and employment dispersion.