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  • 11-August-2017: Infill fills a need, but at a cost – An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) does not insure infill property. Lenders typically require insurance through the CMHC for down payments of less than 20%. For homeowners that have smaller down-payments, the maximum purchase price or as-improved property value must be below $1,000,000 in order to qualify for CMHC insurance. Also, the word ‘developer’ has been replaced with the word ‘builder’ in some instances to better reflect the roles of those involved.
  • 05-December-2016: How to stop discounting pedestrian deaths – An earlier version of this story said Vision Zero’s goal is zero deaths or serious injuries on the road by 2020. In fact, Vision Zero is part of the city’s road safety strategy until 2020, but there is no set end date on achieving zero deaths or serious injuries (though sooner is better than later.)