New Housing Price Index

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New Housing Price Index
  2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  2007=100
Canada 101.0 103.2 105.5 108.0 109.9
House only 99.7 103.1 105.6 108.4 110.6
Land only 103.5 103.1 104.9 106.7 107.9
Metropolitan areas (house and land)          
St. John's (N.L.) 133.3 141.2 146.9 147.2 149.8
Charlottetown (P.E.I) 102.3 100.7 102.4 102.7 103.2
Halifax (N.S.) 109.1 110.1 112.0 114.4 117.3
Saint John, Moncton, and Fredericton (N.B.) 105.8 107.5 108.1 108.0 108.3
Québec (Que.) 112.6 116.2 117.9 121.4 122.7
Montréal (Que.) 107.4 110.7 113.9 115.5 116.6
Ottawa–Gatineau (Ont./Que.) 105.3 109.5 112.8 115.7 116.1
Toronto and Oshawa (Ont.) 103.4 106.1 111.0 116.7 119.6
Hamilton (Ont.) 101.7 103.3 104.2 105.8 108.4
St. Catharines–Niagara (Ont.) 103.7 104.5 104.0 106.1 109.4
London (Ont.) 105.0 107.9 108.3 109.7 111.6
Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo (Ont.) 103.0 104.3 107.4 110.5 111.3
Windsor (Ont.) 100.5 99.7 96.6 98.6 99.5
Greater Sudbury / Grand Sudbury and Thunder Bay (Ont.) 106.2 105.7 105.7 107.1 108.1
Winnipeg (Man.) 113.0 118.4 124.1 129.3 135.6
Regina (Sask.) 133.3 140.2 147.3 153.8 158.2
Saskatoon (Sask.) 111.4 114.6 116.2 118.8 120.5
Calgary (Alta.) 93.9 95.6 95.5 97.1 102.2
Edmonton (Alta.) 89.7 89.0 89.9 90.7 91.1
Vancouver (B.C.) 95.8 99.0 98.7 98.2 97.1
Victoria (B.C.) 92.1 89.5 88.1 85.7 84.6

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