Data from the Canadian National Housing Agency indicates that Canadian housing starts declined in October when compared with the September. The result of a decline in start on multiple unit urban homes. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts fell to 201,973 units from a revised 221,135 units in September.
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Canadian housing starts fall in October: CMHC