Reviewing some of the housing measures proposed in the 2022 Federal Budget
MPC recently submitted its recommendations to the federal government as part of its “Let’s Talk Budget 2022” consultation.
MPC was very encouraged to see housing affordability take such a prominent place in the election, especially after our many discussions.
MPC penned a letter to MP Francesco Sorbara, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue, summarizing our request and arguments.
Effective July 5, 2021, CMHC is returning to its pre-July 2020 underwriting practices for homeowner mortgage loan insurance.
ICYMI: Highlights from MPC's experience at virtual housing panel.
Letter to OSFI re Proposed change to B-20 uninsured mortgage minimum stress test level.
Our top takeaways from the 2021 Federal Budget.
OSFI reopens consultations on Guideline B20, proposes qualifying floor of 5.25%.
A message from Paul Taylor.
Hill Week 2021 featured in "Pre-budget pitches, virtual ‘Hill days’ push February lobbying" article.
Today we proudly release the “Annual State of the Mortgage Market in Canada”, written by our Chief Economist Will Dunning.
Tracking shifts in Canadians’ expectations about the housing market.
A snapshot and trend analysis of the Canadian - and respective regional - housing markets is now available for Q4 2020.
Letter submitted to Jeremy Rudin, Superintendent at the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI).
MPC provides expert testimony to House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities (HUMA)
Immediate focus is ensuring changes to the mortgage stress test qualifying rate, as announced, are implemented without delay.
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