(Source: Metro News)
The City of Toronto is considering a proposal to mandate that 10 per cent of all condo units be large enough to accommodate families with children.
The City argues that families don’t live in Toronto because there’s an insufficient supply of family-sized units. The industry argues that there’s not enough demand for family-sized units, particularly at the price they would have to charge.
Read the full article, “Family quotas not the right path” at Metro News (Jan 14, 2010).