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The Centre for Urban Research and Land Development is an expert-led research Centre, dedicated to formulating policies and solutions to address the concerns confronting urban growth and change within the Greater Golden Horseshoe, as well as to educating students to take leadership roles in these pursuits. Its orientation is founded on uniting economics and market analysis within the context and understanding of social and environmental considerations.

In The News

March 14, 2024

Ontario homebuilding way behind compared to population growth: Moffatt (external link) 

iPolitics interviews Frank Clayton, Senior Research Fellow, regarding the realities of meeting Ontario's housing targets.

Dy: Denis Legree

March 12, 2024

Canada's Housing Supply Has Been Choked And Taxed To Death

Storeys references CUR's recently report on how the planning process can impact housing supply and affordability using Toronto and Ottawa as examples.

By: Richard Lyall

March 8, 2024

Interactive: Bigger share of GTA suburban homes are tipping into the $1 million-plus range, as another price point disappears (external link) 

The Toronto Star interviews David Amborski, CUR Director, regarding how the increase in housing prices indicate demand in that area.

By: Victoria Gibson

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