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Ryerson University - Sears Atrium

3rd Fl., 245 Church Street, Toronto

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The Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis (CANCEA) has examined the complex demand and supply factors affecting housing affordability. Led by Mr. Paul Smetanin, the CANCEA team’s ground-breaking “big data” housing analysis examines the multiple forces working together to influence the housing market. Their agent-based research framework more broadly identifies and connects the high-profile and the lesser known factors affecting housing affordability.


Understanding Ontario’s Housing
Affordability Challenge: A Big Data Evaluation
Ryerson University, Sears Atrium, 3rd Fl.,
245 Church Street, Toronto


8:00am - Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30am - Welcome Remarks, Professor David Amborski
9:00am - Presentation by Mr. Paul Smetanin, CANCEA
10:30am - Panel Discussion on Housing Affordability
- Ms. Ana Bailao, City Councillor & Chair, Toronto’s Affordable Housing Committee
- Ms. Jan De Silva, President and CEO of Toronto Region Board of Trade (moderator)
- Mr. Jim Murphy, President & CEO, Federation of Rental-Housing Providers of Ontario
- Ms. Diana Petramala, Economist, Real Estate, TD Economics
- Mr. Sean Speer, Munk Senior Fellow, Macdonald-Laurier Institute

12:00pm - Networking Lunch
12:30pm - GTHA Mayors Panel on Housing Affordability
Mayor Bonnie Crombie (Mississauga)
Mayor Linda Jeffrey (Brampton)
Mayor Jeff Lehman (Barrie)
• Mayor Steve Parish (Ajax)

2:00pm - Event Concludes

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