Toronto is becoming a condo city. For some, buying a condo is a means to a life full of urban pleasure; for others, it's a source of headaches and disappointment. From falling glass to noisy neighbours, the reality of condo life is bit more complicated than the sophisticated images in advertising brochures. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the advantages and dilemmas of condo ownership.
Episode:
Condo Craze
Aired:
Feb 07, 2017
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