Canadian Cities

Uneven recovery across Canadian cities: Major City Insights

Life in cities across the country is on pause. Canadian cities are still attempting to control a second wave of COVID-19. And while all areas and industries are feeling the impact, some are being hit harder than others.

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February 26, 2021
Focus Area—Canadian Economics

Resale Markets Tighter Than Ever in January: Metropolitan Resale Snapshot

Canada’s existing housing markets remained red-hot in January. Even in a pandemic-era economy, buoyant demand is being fuelled by very low interest rates, consumer desire for more living space, and companies’ work-from-home policies. Persistently high sales will require sustained economic recovery and additional listings, which are in short supply.

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February 22, 2021, 2021
Focus Area—Canadian Economics

Canada’s existing housing markets continued to surge in December. For now, residential demand remains strong despite COVID-19’s continued rampage. Ultra-low interest rates, a search for more living space, and companies’ work-from-home allowances are all contributing to stronger demand.

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January 27, 2021
Focus Area—Canadian Economics