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Aging infrastructure

Many of the high rise condos in downtown Toronto have started to deteriorate due to the economical building practices and materials used in the condo boom in Toronto that began in 2010. Because of the high costs associated in replacing and fixing the materials and fixtures, the prices of these condos dropped considerably, attracting many citizens who normally wouldn’t be able to afford living in the core. This has resulted in the “Rich Ditch” where more affluent Torontonians have moved to more economically wealthy suburbs like Hamilton.

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