OFA opposes converting more of Ontario’s finite and shrinking agricultural land to housing or other urban uses. OFA suggested distributing economic development across Ontario would address ongoing challenges facing rural and urban communities, including housing availability and affordability. OFA recommended provincial planning policies should mandate high density residential and office developments around major public transit stations within urban areas. OFA also recommended the Residential Tenancies Act be amended to exempt family farm corporations from subsection 48(5) of the Act. OFA further recommended that Ontario’s current policies on lot creation and development outside settlement areas remain unchanged.