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June 24, 2019
GTA Expected to Grow 40 Per Cent by 2041 
RealInsights references CUR's study on Toronto's population growth comparative to the United States and Canada 
By: Shantae Campbell

June 18, 2019
InterRent REIT Announces $175 Million Equity Offering to Fund Property Acquisitions in the City of Montreal
GlobalNewswire references CUR's study on population growth in major metropolitan areas in the United States and Canada 

June 18, 2019
Fastest Growing City
The Ontario Home Builders' monthly newsletter references CUR's study on Toronto's population growth comparative to the United States and Canada

June 12, 2019
When it comes to housing, you don't have to trade affordability for livability
The National Post references CUR's study on Toronto's population growth comparative to the United States and Canada 
By: Murtaza Haider and Stephen Moranis

June 12, 2019
Why Kawhi Leonard Needs Toronto, As Much as Toronto Needs Kawhi Leonard
RE/MAX references CUR's study on Toronto's population growth comparative to the United States and Canada in its latest blog post 
By: Lydia McNutt

June 8, 2019
Most boomers likely won't downsize for another 20 years - too late for millennials 
Global News feature on demographic changes and the Canadian housing market references CUR's study on millennial housing
By: Erica Alini

June 7, 2019
Toronto Population is Fastest Growing in North America
RE/MAX feature on CUR's study on population growth in Toronto compared to its counterparts in the United States and Canada
By: Lydia McNutt

June 5, 2019
Doug Ford Opens Up Toronto to Taller Buildings and More of Them
HuffingtonPost references CUR's study on Toronto's population growth comparative to the United States and Canada 
By: Daniel Tencer

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