Bill 23 proposes to eliminate or weaken many housing development regulations including site plan controls, which keep us and our natural environment safe from the negative effects of poorly controlled development. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette […]Read More about Ontario’s Bill 23 proposes more homes built faster, but this comes at an environmental cost
The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) and its industry partners have released a comprehensive best practices guide that outlines what mechanical, electrical and structural inspections are required prior to erecting a tower crane on […]Read More about RESCON and industry partners release tower crane best practices guide
In Canada, just over 10 per cent of households live in housing that is unaffordable, unsuitable or inadequate, and they cannot afford alternative housing in their community. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck Jacquie Gahagan, Mount Saint […]Read More about Canada’s National Housing Strategy: Is it really addressing homelessness and affordability?
TORONTO — Ontario housing legislation could leave communities short $5 billion and see taxpayers footing the bill, either in the form of higher property taxes or service cuts, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario said […]Read More about Ontario housing bill to short municipalities by $5 billion: AMO
OTTAWA – Canada’s annual inflation rate held steady in October, but economists say it’s trending in the right direction. In its latest consumer price index report, Statistics Canada said the country’s annual inflation rate was 6.9 per cent […]Read More about Economists see signs of inflation easing, despite annual rate holding steady