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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

July 16, 2021
3 years after Supreme Court decision, TRREB still fighting over MLS data, external link

CBC quotes CUR's Senior Economist, Diana Petramala, on TRREB and the control of MLS housing data
By: Tara Deschamps

July 10, 2021
The Saturday Debate: Do We Need Highway 413?, external link

Feature editorial by CUR's Senior Research Fellow, Frank Clayton, on infrastructure and the proposed Highway 413 posted in the Star
By: Mike Lapointe

July 7, 2021
Increasing unaffordability in Canada's red-hot housing market a 'national emergency,' says NDP's Kwan, external link

The Hill Times quotes CUR's Senior Economist, Diana Petramala, regarding Millennials and the Canadian housing market
By: Mike Lapointe

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