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Unfortunately the discussion on housing affordability has been dominated by handwringing over foreign homebuyers and low interest rates.

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In Canada, the Alberta government put forth its own plan for a $15 minimum wage by 2018.


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Countries with PR electoral systems had average central government spending of 29.2 per cent (of GDP) compared to 23.5 per cent in majoritarian/plurality countries.

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Developers and residents escape on-site parking costs by pushing costs onto the public.


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Ontario’s net provincial government debt may reach $350 billion by 2020.

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In the case of the Atlantic provinces, all four have unemployment well above the 6.8 per cent national average, with Newfoundland's at 12 per cent and P.E.I.'s at 11 per cent.


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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is called “Il Rottamatore,” which translates into the dismantler or demolition man.


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Restricting Greater Toronto’s housing supply has consequences beyond the initial impacts on housing affordability.


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