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Canada's housing market has seen some of the world's slowest price growth, but that's already changing.
New taxes, new mortgage rules and a slowdown in China are taking their toll on the city.
Canada's housing markets are "in neutral" after years of rapid price growth.
We've fallen to 37th place from fourth on a ranking of hottest housing markets.
Sales dropped 68 per cent in Toronto, compared to a year earlier.
Is Canada becoming a playground for the rich? Many signs these days point to yes.
Where does your city rank?
Luxury home prices in Canada are rising four to 14 times faster than worldwide.
Toronto, a city increasingly segmented between rich and poor, now has more super-rich residents than any other city in North
The number of ultra-rich Canadians is set to boom over the next decade, according to a new report from real estate consultancy