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August 6, 2019
T.O.'s transportation transformation
NextHome.ca references CUR's study on population growth in Toronto

August 2, 2019
Toronto has the lowest property tax among 35 major Ontario cities, a new report says
Reference to CUR's report on property taxes included in Star article on Toronto property taxes and city services
By: Jacob Lorinc

July 31, 2019
Housing development roaring along in Brampton, Bill 108 notwithstanding
The Pointer interviews CUR's Director, David Amborski, regarding the potential impact of Bill 108 on development in Brampton 
By: Hiren Mansukhani

July 30, 2019
3 reasons why the mortgage stress test should not change (for now)
NewInHomes.com feature on CUR's study on the B-20 mortgage stress test

July 30, 2019
Toronto reigns supreme in North American construction
ConstructionDive feature quotes CUR Senior Researcher Frank Clayton regarding CUR's study on population growth in Toronto 
By: Jenn Goodman

July 29, 2019
The Real Economy (video)
Bloomberg interviews CUR's Senior Researcher, Diana Petramala, on CUR's study on potential changes to the B-20 mortgage stress test.

July 25, 2019
CP24 Hot Property (video)
CP24 Hot Property references CUR's study on population mobility in the GTA

July 24, 2019
Less Torontonians are changing addresses compared to a decade ago
MortgageBrokerNews.ca feature quotes CUR Senior Researcher Frank Clayton on CUR's study on population mobility in the GTA 
By: Ephraim Vecina

July 23, 2019
Toronto area housing mobility under pressure amid surging prices
Bloomberg interviews CUR's Senior Research Fellow, Frank Clayton, for its feature on CUR's study on population mobility in the GTA

 

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