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MAJORITY OF CANADIANS SAY TRUDEAU SHOULD RESIGN FOLLOWING ELECTION, BELIEVE COUNTRY MORE DIVIDED THAN EVER: POLL
CANADIAN HOUSING MARKET MOVES FROM MODERATE TO HIGH DEGREE OF VULNERABILITY: CMHC
Sep 25, 2021, by Jesse Snyder
OTTAWA — A vast majority of Canadians believe the country is more divided than ever following the federal election, according to a new poll, with more than half saying Justin Trudeau should step down after a cynical and opportunistic campaign.
Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, September 28, 2021 11:18AM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, September 28, 2021 11:18AM EDT
TORONTO -- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country's housing sector moved from a moderate to high degree of vulnerability during the second quarter, with Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal among the markets shouldering the most risks.
The federal housing agency attributed the escalation in vulnerability to price acceleration and overvaluations across the country and said the shift was largely a reflection of intensified and persistent imbalances in several local housing markets across Ontario and Eastern Canada.