Toronto tenants crushed by rent hike exemptions

Thursday Mar 9th, 2017


TORONTO TENANTS CRUSHED BY RENT HIKE EXEMPTIONS Joseph Darius Jaafari, The Globe and Mail  Image courtesty of: Mark Blinch, Reuters When residents at the Carnaby, a condo building on Toronto's Queen Street West, were given their rent notices last month, they expected an increase of about 2%, as per the guideline set by the province's Landlord and Tenant Board last year. Instead, they saw their rents skyrocket - in one case by as much as 30%. Lisa Beam's rent for her... [read more]


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