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Canada’s largest cities are the bubbliest housing markets in the world

Canada's largest markets – the metros of Toronto and Vancouver – have made it into the bubbliest housing markets in the world.

After eight years of aggressive monetary easing around the globe, and super-low mortgage rates, topped off with home prices soaring over 30% year-over-year in Toronto in March, even the government and banks are frightened.

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