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Total New Housing Starts (Seasonally adjusted and annualized)

Province
October2012

 

October2011

 

November2012

 

November2011

 

December2012
December2011
Newfoundland/Labrador
3,400
3,500
3,700
3,900
3,800
3,000
PEI
800
900
800
1,500
1,300
800
Nova Scotia
9,400
3,300
3,200
2,800
3,200
8,500
New Brunswick
3,000
3,900
3,000
3,500
2,300
3,700
Quebec
43,300
44,500
48,400
47,200
42,800
50,300
Ontario
69,500
73,500
59,700
54,000
78,300
71,500
Manitoba
7,300
7,600
7,300
7,500
4,700
4,900
Saskatchewan
10,900
8,400
11,900
7,200
10,000
5,900
Alberta
33,600
31,600
39,700
29,900
30,000
28,300
British Columbia
28,100
30,400
23,700
28,200
21,800
23,000
CANADA
209,200
207,600
201,400
185,700
198,000
199,900
Source: CMHC Housing Now – January 2012 and January 2013. This seasonally adjusted data goes through stages of revision at different times of the year.
Average MLS® Resale Price for Local Markets

City
December 2011
December 2012
Halifax
$ 254,228
$ 269,098
Saint John
$ 162,859
$ 145,445
Quebec
$ 254,652
$ 258,313
Montreal
$ 319,388
$ 330,655
Ottawa
$ 335,330
$ 336,856
Toronto
$ 451,436
$ 478,739
Hamilton/Burlington
$ 315,940
$ 336,382
Winnipeg
$ 268,977
$ 257,719
Saskatoon
$ 304,576
$ 324,597
Regina
$ 273,919
$ 317,581
Calgary
$ 392,661
$ 419,811
Edmonton
$ 315,658
$ 329,410
Vancouver
$ 689,057
$ 683,875
Victoria
$ 469,484
$ 485,945
Source: Canadian Real Estate Association

 

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