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Seeing red over traffic light system for Toronto developers

The red light-green light traffic light system for approvals recently imposed by three City of Toronto councillors is inappropriate, disrespectful of the legal system and not worthy of their public office. Here's why.

Building Answers campaign the beginning of communications and understanding with GTA...

While the Builder Answers campaign is technically over, the connections we've made and the discussions we've begun with the public will go a long way to ensuring ongoing communications and understanding.

Phew – Toronto concrete noise issue sees a compromise

It's difficult to wait for the fate of an entire industry to be decided by 25 people, but that's exactly what happened at a recent Toronto city council meeting.

THE INDUSTRY INSIDER: Affordability is a challenge: The prices of condos...

The prices of condos, which used to offer homebuyers a more affordable choice, have been rising, reducing the advantage of this option.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Province needs to revisit GTA West Corridor plan

The new government made a commitment to re-visit the environmental assessment for the GTA West Corridor and it's time they make good on this promise.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Where did the money go?

Parkland dedication fees should be used to build parks in the GTA.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Housing policies must focus on supply

Not enough new housing is being built for sale or rent and this results in higher prices, higher rents and long waits lists.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Who is paying for infrastructure?

Since 2004, development fees have skyrocketed across the GTA, increasing between 236 per cent and 878 per cent.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Call for action on needed infrastructure

With the GTA expected to grow to 9.7 million people by 2041, finding ways to properly plan ahead is a necessity.

THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Industry and municipalities work together to provide public...

We need more collaboration to create thriving complete communities where people can live, work and enjoy their leisure time.