GUEST COLUMN: Ford must back up housing rhetoric with concrete policies

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The Doug Ford government recently vowed to tackle housing affordability by growing the housing supply and asking the public for input on how to reduce regulatory barriers to homebuilding. As a starting point, it’s good to see the new government isn’t preoccupied with vain attempts to tamp down housing demand (like in British Columbia) or […]

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