The Housing Supply Report provides regular insights on new housing supply in Canada’s major cities and urban areas. These insights can help us understand the supply responsiveness that we know contributes to price escalation and housing affordability challenges.
This report examines new housing construction trends in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. As a result of this analysis, experts hope to identify characteristics, approaches and innovations in new housing supply that will best contribute to a diverse, abundant and affordable supply of housing.
For further insights, watch Kevin Hughes, CMHC’s deputy chief economist, discuss the report’s findings.