Apart from building more homes, smart urban planning can contribute to a long-term, sustainable solution to Canada’s housing crisis. We agree that Canada needs to invest in building a lot more homes in the next decade, but it must be the right kind of housing within the context of the wider neighbourhood, its socioeconomic diversity, and indeed with climate as a constant potential disruptor.
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