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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has come right out and said it: A lot of Canada’s housing-market fever could be treated with an injection of higher interest rates.

If the international economic-policy body’s new economic forecast is on target, it may get its remedy soon enough – even if the Bank of Canada isn’t sold on the OECD’s housing prescription.

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