The highest month-to-month gains in July were posted by Calgary, where new home prices rose 0.6 percent due to higher costs for labor and materials and due to a shortage of developed land.
StatsCan said prices rose 0.3 percent in Montreal and Saskatoon. Prices fell in Vancouver, Halifax, Ottawa and Victoria, largely due to negotiated selling prices, StatsCan said.
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