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Will Canada Really Need 5.8M New Homes By 2030?

CMHC's estimate has been upheld as the gold standard of supply targets since it was introduced in 2022. But what if it was wrong?

Real Estate News

Declining Multi-Unit Construction Causes Housing Starts To Slip In January

Starts are expected to continue to decline in the near term, but impending interest rate cuts could spur sales, leading to an eventual rebound in homebuilding.

Urban Living

What's Open And Closed In Toronto On Family Day

February 19 may be a statutory holiday, but many malls, stores, and attractions will still be open, albeit with modified hours.

Real Estate News

Real Estate Commission Lawsuit Expands Canada-Wide

Following a class action claim in the GTA, a second lawsuit alleges that real estate brokerages and boards in every Canadian province and territory have conspired to inflate commission fees paid by sellers.

Development Projects

Scarborough's Sprawling Master-Planned Community Moves Closer To Reality

Republic Developments has reached a settlement with the City of Toronto over Scarborough Junction, a 14-tower, mixed-use community set to create over 7,000 new homes.

Development Projects

28-Storey Tower Proposed For Major Corner In Church-Wellesly Village

The mixed-use development will bring 258 new housing units to the neighbourhood, and includes an expansion of The 519.​


Majority Of Available Midtown Office Space Located In Bloor Node

Almost 2 million sq. ft of office space is available in the Bloor node, nearly two-thirds of which is in class A buildings. However, there is no flight from Bloor in "any way, shape, or form," experts say.


Majority Of Ontario Municipalities Didn't Meet Their 2023 Housing Targets

More than 30 municipalities didn't hit their provincially imposed housing targets last year, meaning they will not receive Building Faster Fund Money from the Ontario Government.


"A Godsend": Ontario Eliminating Double Fares Between GO Transit, TTC

The One Fare program will allow transit riders across the GTA to transfer between different regional agencies, including the TTC, GO Transit, and MiWay, for free.​

Real Estate News

What Progress Has Ontario Made On The Housing Affordability Task Force's Recommendations?

Ontario is far off course from its goal of building 1.5 million new homes, and a new report from the Ontario Real Estate Association is calling for bold action.