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Ontario’s Housing Tracker. I would love to see unit type breakdown as well as maps of where this housing is being built.

 
I noticed that Mississauga's 2023 target is one of the only ones that's higher than the housing since 2022. Looking at other big cities like Toronto, Brampton, Oakville, Markham, none of them are that high.
 
January 2024 housing starts and breakdown for CMAs.

CitySingle FamilySemi-detachedRowhomeApartmentTotal--------------------------
Toronto281638433344005
Calgary48711224911031951
Vancouver1216810511691463
Montreal63102011041197
Edmonton24282102257683
Ottawa/Gatineau931826264501
Winnipeg991247112

2023 housing starts by CMA.
 
January 2024 housing starts and breakdown for CMAs.

CitySingle FamilySemi-detachedRowhomeApartmentTotal--------------------------
Toronto281638433344005
Calgary48711224911031951
Vancouver1216810511691463
Montreal63102011041197
Edmonton24282102257683
Ottawa/Gatineau931826264501
Winnipeg991247112

2023 housing starts by CMA.

I wish housing starts included housing demolitions (net housing starts, not gross). I know it's intended to show economic contribution but I'm much more interested in how the total count of each type changes.

Stats Canada tracks demolitions but IIRC it's a paid report.
 
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Some Ontario numbers. The last column on the right is 2023 then 2022, etc.

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Numbers for cities in Ontario for July 2023. If City of Toronto is at 3,110,000 last year it is at least 3,200,000 now. Also Mississauga has started growing again and Brampton is exploding! 💥

Are US Metros/Cities seeing this? Australia? Will look.

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