Short 40,000 Homes Annually

Canada’s new housing supply is short of demand by about 40,000 homes a year, says a federal bank regulator. The “structural mismatch” is to blame in part for high prices, the Senate banking committee was told: “Speculators know that there’s a shortage of housing.”

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