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January 8, 2019
'Renovictions' Set to Rise in Canada in 2019, Rentals.ca Report Predicts
CUR's Frank Clayton in the Huffington Post's feature on the Toronto's rental market 
By: Jessica Chin

January 4, 2019
Toronoto's condo market expected to moderate in 2019
CUR's David Amborski quoted in the Star's feature on forecasts for Toronto's condo market in 2019
By: Tess Kalinowski

December 14, 2018
Car-Owning Households up by 355,000 in the GTHA, 88,000 in the City of Toronto and 26,000 in the Toronto Core since 2006
CUR's blog on car-owning households in the GTHA featured in the Municipal Information Network

December 3, 2018
Boosting supply is no. 1 job, Ontario's housing minister says
CUR's seminar on the housing affordability challenge in the GTA mentioned in the Star's interview with Steve Clark, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing for Ontario
By: Tess Kalinowski

October 15, 2018
Why students and seniors make the best roomies
LocalLove quotes CUR's Frank Clayton in its feature on Toronto's Homeshare pilot project
By: Kristy Woudstra

October 15, 2018
Building more missing middle housing is only half the battle
CUR's report on costs estimates for new townhouse developments featured in the Toronto Star's new homes section
By: Lucas

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