Growing Pains

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Growing Pains

Year: 2016
Genre: Lifestyle

How has Toronto continued to change and evolve to be able to accommodate the influx of people entering the city, while still being sustainable and remaining attractive?

Episodes

Episode 1

The history of Toronto’s urban growth is fascinating and very unique. First growth moved outwards, now it’s all about people coming back closer to the city. How has Toronto remained sustainable as people come and go?

Episode 2

Trying to find a nice house in a good neighbourhood does not come cheap in Toronto. However people continue to move to Toronto for quality of life. How have the municipalities changed to ensure people stay in Toronto?

Episode 3

With the Places to Grow act, although we are losing farmland, we are transforming how our region grows, creating jobs, better transit systems and more. Will the temporary sacrifices be worth the long-term gain?

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