Housing trends in Canada

Between 1990 and 2014, the number of occupied dwellings (such as houses, condo units and apartments) increased by 41% in Canada, from 9.9 to 14.0 million.

Number of occupied dwellings in Canada, 1990 to 2014

Line chart showing the number of occupied dwellings. Long description below.

Long description

The line chart shows the number of occupied dwellings in Canada for the 1990 to 2014 period.

Data for this chart
Number of occupied dwellings in Canada, 1990 to 2014
YearOccupied dwellings (million)
19909.9
199110.2
199210.4
199310.6
199410.7
199510.9
199611.1
199711.2
199811.3
199911.5
200011.7
200111.8
200212.0
200312.2
200412.4
200512.6
200612.8
200713.0
200813.2
200913.4
201013.4
201113.6
201213.7
201313.9
201414.0

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Source: Natural Resources Canada (2017) Energy Use Data Handbook Tables – Residential Sector – Residential Secondary Energy Use (Final Demand) by Energy Source and End Use.

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