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Rental demand strong in Iqaluit and Yellowknife, moderates in Whitehorse, as housing affordability challenges persist in Northern Canada

Housing affordability challenges continue to be the most pressing issues facing housing markets in the North. This analysis is based on Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC) Northern Housing Report, released today. CMHC’s Northern Housing Report focuses on housing market conditions across the three major centres in the Territories: Whitehorse, Yellowknife, and Iqaluit. Unlike the rest of Canada, a large proportion of housing in [&hellip…

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Governments of Canada and Quebec Announce Joint Investments of Close to $3.7 Billion Over 10 Years to Improve Social and Affordable Housing in Quebec Français

QUÉBEC, Oct. 6, 2020 /CNW/ – The governments of Canada and Quebec are announcing an agreement that will result in a combined investment of close to $3.7 billion over 10 years to improve the housing conditions of many Quebec households in need. The Canada-Quebec Housing Agreement, which covers the period from April1, 2018, to March 31, 2028, was formalized today by the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of [&hellip…

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Canadian population growth at its lowest level since 2016

Latest data from Statistic Canada pointed to a slowdown in national population growth, which reached 38.01 million during the third quarter. This placed the annual increase at around 150,000 fewer people compared to last year, with a year-over-year growth of 1.1% and a quarterly uptick of just 0.07%. StatsCan said that these were some of the slowest [&hellip…

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