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February 25, 2021
Bleeding of Resident Population from City of Toronto and Peel Region Accelerated Again in 2020
The Municipal Information Network references CUR's recent blog on intraprovincial migration

February 17, 2021
Row over development charges pit Toronto, province
The Globe and Mail quotes CUR's Director, David Amborski, regarding recent changes to Toronto development charges 
By: Shane Digman

February 15, 2021
Toronto 'poised for big things'
Toronto Sun references CUR's recent report on Toronto's population growth 
By: Linda White

February 1, 2021
Shelter demand & lengths of stay increasing as Peel seeks solutions
The Pointer references CUR's recent report on demographic trends in the GTA 
By: Vjosa Isai

January 25, 2021
When it comes to parking minimums, less is more
Feature in Spacing Toronto by CUR's Lyndsey Rolheiser on the impact of parking minimums in Toronto

January 23, 2021
The focus is on affordability
The National Post interviews CUR's Director, David Amborski, regarding affordable housing and land supply in Toronto
By: Lisa Grainger

January 23, 2021
How the home reno boom could help fill in the 'missing middle' in Toronto's housing stock
CBC news interviews CUR's Senior Research Fellow, Frank Clayton, on the impact of renovating on the continuing search for increased 'missing middle' housing
By: Philip Lee-Shanok

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