The Star: Canada’s gap between homebuilding and population growth has never been wider
The high cost of housing is one of Canada’s most pressing policy concerns. It affects economic, physical and mental well-being and jeopardizes Canada’s status as a prosperous, upwardly mobile society. At its heart, declining housing affordability is driven by a large widening gap between the number of people wanting to rent or buy homes (demand) and the number of actual homes available (supply).
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