Maclean’s Explains: Canadian condos and foreign ownership

Tories want to know how many condos are owned by non-citizens. Read our explainer on the issue

Newsmaker of the Day: Marcia Visser, crusader against ‘density creep’

Newsmaker, May 25: A tone-deaf campaign against a four-storey Toronto condo tower takes Nimbyism to new heights

Charting Toronto’s housing bubble Pt. 2: Houses vs Condos

Houses haven’t always been the better investment in every neighbourhood

The dark side of the renovation boom

Canadians spend billions a year on renovations. But our love affair with fix-ups has put households—and the economy—at risk.

The (literal) rise of the anti-condo

Stacked on leafy buildings, floating above an alley: creative expressions of urban density are popping up in surprising places

Condo nightmare: The inside scoop on this week’s cover story

Tamsin McMahon explains why condo dwellers are finding themselves boxed in

The Murphy bed gets a makeover

A bookcase you can dine at, then sleep on.

The housing market has entered the twilight zone

Colin Campbell on banana republics and condo lawsuits

Great Canadian real estate crash of 2013

The housing bubble has burst, and few will emerge unscathed

Housing starts: The condo market still has lots of air to lose

‘If you mention overbuilding in Canada, you’re talking about condos’

Report: Condo prices to rise in 2013, except in Vancouver

Retirees, first-time buyers and immigrants will continue to prop up demand

A dense idea

Vertical development: A dense idea

It turns out cramming more people into cities won’t help the environment or our health, and may even hurt the economy