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As grocery prices continue to anger Canadian shoppers, federal Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne has been courting a U.S. grocery chain in a bid to shake up the domestic market and challenge Canada’s Big Five supermarket chains (Metro, Loblaw, Sobeys, Walmart and Costco).

The future Yonge North Subway Extension will bring Yonge Line 1 past the Toronto City Limits at Steeles station and into Vaughan. Markham, and Richmond Hill. Numerous developments have been proposed along near the future stations, with the latest at 8790 Yonge Street near the future terminus in Richmond Hill.

Leveraging the value of some pretty pricey real estate means the church, the guys with the big cheques and the great mass of Canadians who desperately need an affordable place to live could all get what they want

Author of the article: Joe O'Connor

Canada’s record population growth combined with slowing new home construction might seem paradoxical at first. The Government of Canada (GoC) claims it’s because housing is “illegal” but a confidential memo sent to lenders indicates it’s an issue of leverage.

With a focus on affordability, community, convenience and light, Liu Thai Ker replaced squalid slums with spacious high-rises. A recent spike in some sale prices, however, has saddened him.

City councillors will consider a new plan to allow townhouses and small apartment buildings on some major city streets. They're expected to vote on the proposal to loosen zoning bylaws at a session this week.

A University of Toronto professor and an elevator consultant say supertall buildings are rising in the city but they could come with long elevator wait times, which can affect quality of life.

The Federal Court of Appeal has pressed pause on a lower court decision to halt construction of a massive rail-and-truck hub in the Greater Toronto Area. CN rail trains are shown in Vaughan, Ont., on Monday, June 20, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Emphasizing the entertainment in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment is the main reason for significant renovations to Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.

As preconstruction condo sales in Toronto plummet to levels not seen since the global financial crisis 15 years ago, developers are now turning to more lucrative incentives to try to entice prospective buyers.