Five ways to build better neighbourhoods in the GTA New report identifies barriers to creating walkable, affordable and transit-connected homes for families
Five simple changes to development rules could help increase the supply of family-friendly mid-rise homes in the Greater Toronto Area, according to a new report from the Pembina Institute and the Ontario Home Builders’ Association.
Statement by Cherise Burda, Ontario Director at the Pembina Institute, in response to Ontario's announcement that it will adopt a cap-and-trade system.
Location matters: Adding up the full costs of home options New research from RBC and the Pembina Institute reveals the impact of transportation costs on homebuying decisions
Homebuyers may find that their options look very different once transportation costs are factored in, according to a new report from RBC and the Pembina Institute.
GTA homebuyers prefer accessibility to size New report shows that homebuyers prefer neighbourhoods where you don’t always need a car
Most homebuyers in the Greater Toronto Area want to live in neighbourhoods where they are less dependent on a car, even if that means opting for a smaller home, according to a new survey from RBC and the Pembina Institute.
Fast Cities: Comparing transit across Canada New report analyzes rapid transit investment in Canada’s five largest cities
Toronto has fallen behind Canada’s other major cities in terms of rapid transit infrastructure, according to a report reviewing the state of transit investment in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa.