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Sometimes known as granny flats or coach houses, they’re structures — either existing or purpose-built — at the rear of some backyards in which people can legally live.

The city’s housing committee meets Tuesday to launch consultations aimed at a new bylaw that would legalize and regulate the units. The push for garden suites comes at a time when Toronto is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis with real estate prices still out of reach for many and a waiting list for affordable housing with the names of nearly 80,000 people on it.

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