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The Centre for Urban Research and Land Development is an expert-led research Centre, dedicated to formulating policies and solutions to address the concerns confronting urban growth and change within the Greater Golden Horseshoe, as well as to educating students to take leadership roles in these pursuits. Its orientation is founded on uniting economics and market analysis within the context and understanding of social and environmental considerations.

In The News

January 15, 2022
Tenants with huge bills question Ford's rent control policy , external link

, external linkThe Star interviews Frank Clayton, CUR's Senior Research Fellow, on Ontario's policy on rent control

By: Victoria Gibson

January 14, 2022
Renting a place in 2022? Here's what you should know first., external link

, external linkBNN interviews Diana Petramala, CUR's Senior Economist, on the Toronto rental market

By: Temur Durrani

January 13, 2022
Torontonians could pay average of $141 more on their property tax bill this year, external link

CBC interviews CUR's Senior Research Fellow, Frank Clayton, for its feature on anticipated property tax hikes for Toronto residents

By: John Rieti

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