The presentation will highlight findings from a new CMHC report that establishes a benchmark for supply gaps at the Canada and provincial levels. It will provide needed insights to industry on where supply is needed the most to meet current and future housing demand. The presentation will also highlight how co-ordination between transit and land use policies can help fill some of these supply gaps. Contribution to affordability, suitability, economic inclusion and sustainability outcomes will also be discussed.
Download the slides in PDF format:
TABE Webinar – Estimating the Amount of Housing Required to Reach Affordability in Canadian Provinces by 2030
TABE Webinar – Policy Scenarios to Address Supply Gaps
Go to the CMHC website to read the report:
Canada’s Housing Supply Shortage: Restoring affordability by 2030
Aled ab Iorwerth joined CMHC in 2016, bringing his strong analytical and research capabilities to bear on complex housing issues. He previously had a 15-year career at Finance Canada, in various research and analysis roles that included secondments to Environment Canada and the Council of Canadian Academies.
Aled holds a PhD in Economics from Western University and master’s degrees in European and International Relations (University of Amsterdam) and Economics (Carleton University). He speaks three languages: English, French and Welsh.
Ted Tsiakopoulos is a professional economist and sought after speaker with over 25 years of experience analyzing real estate and financial markets. As CMHC’s Ontario Regional Economist, Ted provided strategic direction on regional analytics to a team of economists while being accountable for the quality of analytical reports/research, analysis, and metro area forecast publications that were produced in the region. In 2019, he joined CMHCs Policy Division leading a modelling effort, in partnership with an external consultant, to determine the impacts land use, transportation, macro-prudential, economic/demographic policies have on very localized housing markets. Ted obtained a masters degree in economics from York and also studied at the London School of Economics in the UK.
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