|Building Permits||Jan 2021||9,904,015||9,152,951||Ths. CAD, SA||Monthly|
|House Price Index||Jan 2021||109.16||108.23||Index Dec2016=100, SA||Monthly|
|House Price Index for New Homes||Jan 2021||109||108.2||Index Dec2016=100, NSA||Monthly|
|House Price Value for Existing Homes||Jan 2021||250.5||249.83||Index Jun 2005=100, NSA||Monthly|
|Housing Starts||Jan 2021||282.43||229.35||Ths. #, SAAR||Monthly|
|Residential Building Permits||Jan 2021||25,344||23,623||#, SA||Monthly|
|Building Completions||2020 Q4||50,938||57,340||#, NSA||Quarterly|
Construction permits, by value and type (use) of building, for the nation and by province or census metropolitan area (CMA). Monthly from January 2011.
Please note that some discontinued series contain more historical data. Source advises to use caution when comparing these series to their current counterparts due to methodological differences.
The monthly Building Permits Survey conducted by Statistics Canada collects data on the value of permits issued by Canadian municipalities for both residential and non-residential buildings, and the number of residential dwellings authorized. The survey is a census with a cross-sectional design. Data are collected for all units of the target population, therefore no sampling is done.
Our current extract is reported in the following CANSIM table:
Our discontinued series originated in these CANSIM tables:
Please note that some dsicontinued building permit series have a break in 1989. Statistics Canada reported these as singular series despite the break.
Yes - Monthly preliminary estimates are provided for the reference month and revised estimates based on late responses are provided for the previous month. The seasonally adjusted data also need to be revised, in part, to reflect revisions identified for the raw data. Thus, with the release of each month of new data, the seasonally adjusted values for the previous month are also revised.