Toronto’s urban construction boom has not slowed down.
And its not just in Toronto: it’s spreading across the country as a result of the global financial crisis.
The city is not the only one in the boom, according to the city’s chief executive, David Miller.
In Toronto, Miller told the Financial Times that the city is now the world’s largest builder of mixed-use projects.
But this is not a case of a few high-end developers building a few expensive towers in the downtown core.
Rather, the city has been building at a rapid pace since the 2008 financial crisis hit, Miller said.
In fact, the average Canadian apartment cost $2.85 million, while a single-family house in Toronto cost just over $1 million.
Miller said the city now builds 3,500 mixed-used apartments a month.
This new growth comes as many major cities around the world are struggling to cope with their financial woes.
The global economy is on the brink of a deep recession.
Canada has seen its unemployment rate reach 13.1 percent.
Its economy is expected to shrink by 0.3 percent this year.
In recent years, many countries have embarked on a rapid expansion of high-rise residential and office buildings, often in the face of rising rents and building shortages.
The United States has been a leader in building new high-rises and the city of Vancouver has started to expand its public transit system.
In the US, more than 4,000 high-profile buildings are being built every year.
But unlike many other countries, Canada is not experiencing a surge in high-quality urban housing.
It is not only a booming city, but a booming economy, according a recent report by the Centre for Policy Alternatives.
The report estimates that more than one million people in Canada are living in low-income housing.
The city of Toronto has more than 2 million residents, and nearly 2 million are in low income.
That is far above the country average of 3.3 million.
In contrast, in Detroit, which is the most expensive city to live in, the number of residents in low wage jobs is less than 1 percent.
This is partly because the cost of housing is much higher in Canada than in the US.
For example, Toronto costs more per square foot than San Francisco.
And while housing costs are still rising in Canada, they are falling in the United States.
In fact, Canada has the highest housing affordability of any developed country.
This is because most of its residents live in households with incomes of less than $30,000 a year.
This can also be attributed to Canada’s relatively low cost of living compared to other countries.
Housing in Canada is generally very affordable compared to comparable countries, such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany.
The United States, for example, has the second-highest housing affordability in the world, according the US Census Bureau.
That means that people who live in the cities that are close to the average cost of life are more likely to be able to afford to live there.
This kind of affordability has created a housing market in which high-density housing is more affordable than ever before.
But the affordability gap is narrowing.
In addition, there is an opportunity for high-income households to be more active in their communities.
That can mean better access to public transportation, more active socializing, and a greater appreciation for how their housing affects the communities in which they live.
It’s a trend that has helped create a new kind of urban landscape in Toronto, as people move out of the core areas to find more affordable housing.
“The trend is to move into the suburbs and into areas that are closer to the centre of the metropolis, and then into neighbourhoods that are farther away,” said Karen Gartrell, a senior economist at the City of Toronto.
Toronto is now home to more than 1 million residents.
Many of these residents live near the city centre, or in neighbourhoods that have been gentrified.
In a city that is often described as a “trendy suburb,” it is a trend to find affordable housing that is close to where people live, said Gartrel.
The number of new high rise buildings has increased in Toronto in recent years.
Toronto has over 10,000 mixed-income apartments in its core, while just over 5,000 low-rise apartment buildings.
And more than 30,000 of these buildings are owned by developers who are mostly located in the core.
But the city also has some areas that have had a very difficult time accommodating the influx of new residents.
The core areas have been slow to welcome the influx in the past few years.
It has been the subject of some heated debate in recent months, as developers and activists are concerned that they will lose their tax-exempt status if they move into more densely populated areas of the inner city.
“We need to get people moving out of areas where they’re already living and moving into areas