There is a role for the provincial government to reduce government costs by decreasing, pausing, or altogether eliminating development charges for affordable or inclusionary zoning housing units and purpose-built rental units. It makes little sense to subsidize the sale price of a unit and tax the construction.
After a trying history, it is time for medicine, our health system, and the government to put women’s health and their role in our economy first
The rise of digital assets, specifically digital art, has democratized creative industries and challenged conventional norms of critique and curation.
An effective climate change strategy must reckon with reducing emissions from our buildings. The question, of course, is how can we do that without driving up the costs of housing and commercial buildings at the expense of households and our economy?
In the past six years, my feminist credo, and that of my prime minister, has been challenged. We have both been confronted by the realities of what it means to be a woman in the workplace.