Jun 16 - 2022

905 Round-up: Withering House Prices / Whither the Ontario Liberals after a Second Electoral Calamity

The 905er

About the Episode

For the first time in a long time home-owners and home-buyers in the 905 are facing the prospect of house prices that go down instead of up. Is this entirely bad? A needed but hopefully limited adjustment triggered by interest rates? An unexpected fix to affordability? Or none of the above?

The Ontario Liberals are beginning a new phase of reflection and self-analysis after finishing the provincial election exactly where they finished in 2018 – with a handful of seats and without official party status. Some voices claim that it’s because the party is still perceived as too left wing? Does that really have anything to do with why the party completely failed to grasp the imagination of Ontarians? (Hint: no.)

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