On May 2, the Hon. Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, introduced More Homes, More Choice: Ontario’s Housing Supply Action Plan and introduced Bill 108 an Act to amend various statutes with respect to housing, other development and various other matters.

BILD and the OHBA have produced a series of short videos to help the industry understand the impacts of the proposed changes on the market and business practices.

A High Level Review of the Impacts of Proposed Changes to Development Charges, Parkland Dedication and the Community Benefit Charges, Denise Baker of WeirFouldsLLP, will focus on Development Charges, Parkland Dedication and the new Community Benefit Charges framework.

A High Level Review of Proposed Changes to the Ontario Heritage Act, Mark Flowers from Davies Howe looks at the impact of Bill 108 on the Ontario Heritage Act.

MATTHEW CORY OF MALONE GIVEN PARSONS GIVES A HIGH-LEVEL REVIEW OF ONTARIO'S NEW GROWTH PLAN, RELEASED ON MAY 2, 2019, AND ENTITLED "A PLACE TO GROW: GROWTH PLAN FOR THE GREATER GOLDEN HORSESHOE."

 


BILL 108, A HIGH LEVEL REVIEW OF THE IMPACTS OF SCHEDULE 4 TO THE EDUCATION ACT, DENISE BAKER OF WEIRFOULDS LLP, WILL FOCUS ON CHANGES TO EDCS.

BILL 108, A HIGH LEVEL REVIEW OF THE IMPACTS OF PROPOSED CHANGES ON THE LOCAL PLANNING APPEAL TRIBUNAL (LPAT), DAVID BRONSKILL OF GOODMANS LLP LOOKS AT CHANGES TO THE LPAT.