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Saskatchewan urban housing starts rise 12.1 per cent

Saskatchewan urban housing starts rise 12.1 per cent

REGINA – Saskatchewan’s urban housing starts rose 12.1 per cent in March 2024 compared to the same time last year.

Housing starts on single-family dwellings also increased by 35.7 per cent, and multiple units increased by 3.8 per cent, compared to March 2023.

“Our province continues to grow at rates not seen in more than a century and these numbers show just how many people are choosing to build a life in Saskatchewan,” said Saskatchewan Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison in a statement.

“The growth we are seeing in housing starts is a result of our commitment to building a reliable market through the strength of our economy that is leading to more opportunities, more job, and more investments into our communities.”

February 2024 building permits also rose sharply from the previous month with a 96.2 per cent increase from January 2024, the highest of any province in Canada, a release said.

Saskatchewan building permits also showed year-over-year growth with an increase of 22.6 per cent, compared to February 2023.

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