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From Vancouver to Toronto: Where housing prices are changing in Canada

A new report by the Canadian Real Estate Association released Monday showed the change in real estate prices across Canada. The following table shows how home prices have changed in several Canadian cities. Read the full story.

Canadian home sales by city, dollar volume (in millions)
AreaNov. 2012Nov. 2013Percent change
Calgary757.9967.2
27.6%
Edmonton369.7438.6
18.6%
Fraser Valley371.3478.4
28.8%
Gatineau CMA60.155.7
-7.2%
Halifax-Dartmouth96.691.8
-4.9%
Hamilton-Burlington333.8377.1
13%
Kitchener-Waterloo157.1151.6
-3.5%
London and St Thomas125.6141
12.2%
Montreal CMA867.1847.5
-2.3%
Newfoundland & Labrador107.9110
2%
Ottawa328.5323.9
-1.4%
Quebec CMA134.6119.3
-11.3%
Regina70.579.4
12.6%
Saguenay CMA16.912.5
-26.4%
Saksatoon114.6130.1
13.6%
Saint John20.220.9
3.4%
Sherbrooke CMA27.321.7
-20.5%
St. Catharaines40.737.7
-7.3%
Sudbury41.735.2
-15.6%
Thunder Bay23.931.6
32.3%
Toronto2,811.53,444
22.5%
Trois Rivières CMA9.37.5
-19%
Vancouver1,182.31,852.1
56.7%
Victoria168.5173.2
2.8%
Windsor-Essed61.464.2
4.6%
Winnipeg209.2212.1
1.4%



Residential home sales, Canada (seasonally adjusted)

SOURCE: CREA

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