The city has opened applications for a new Housing Rights Advisory Committee to give advice to the city council about Toronto’s current housing crisis.
The race for mayor was full of twists and turns and many, many candidates. We snapped some of the memorable moments
After a long day of work and running errands, Nazira Hindwan just wanted to take a shower and relax on the couch with her mother, while they talked about their day over a hot meal….
The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Toronto is going up, up, up. As international students and immigrants continue to arrive in Toronto, the rising rents could be bad news for them.
Bill 23 faces strong opposition from municipalities, organizations and residents for not addressing affordability and other concerns.
Tenants in Thorncliffe Park and Gowan Avenue buildings are fighting against an above-the-guideline rent increase proposed by Starlight investments. Tenants of Starlight investments properties in the two areas said that in May of this year,…
The lack of affordable housing has become a prominent issue for east-end residents in this year’s municipal election campaigns.
Toronto’s growing Gen Z population faces yet another roadblock ahead as real estate prices sky-rocket, and the future of owning a home looks bleak.
In Toronto’s east end, a street-long neighbourhood, known as “Tiny Town,” may offer an innovative way to save space for more housing.
Strong demand and low supply have led to potential ‘tornado market’ in Toronto real estate.