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I argued yesterday that Canada’s housing market will not cause a 2008-level financial crisis, but that doesn’t mean real estate values are safe.

Macquarie analyst David Doyle, who recently wrote a report warning “Winter is Coming” for the Canadian economy, detailed the ways in which the current domestic housing market resembles the United States just before the crisis,

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