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Winnipeg housing starts well down from last fall, CMHC reports

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Home builders in Winnipeg were not nearly as busy in September as they were a year earlier, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.'s latest data release Tuesday. Actual housing starts in September in the Winnipeg Census Metropolitan Area, which includes Winnipeg and 10 neighbouring
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