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Canadian housing policy and the future demand for housing : a demographic analysis and a look into the future
Between 19.51 and 1971 the population of Canada increased 50 per cent from 14.1 million to 21.5 million. Simultaneous with the increase, significant changes in the composition of the population were occurring. Age distributions shifted as the post-war baby boom matured. The non-family portion of the household stock increased from 13.3 to 18 per cent. Growing proportions of households were locating in the urban areas. However, there has been virtually no attempt to modify Canadian housing policydoi:10.14288/1.0093990 fatcat:m2s4tpkhxzepdb2gyryfnu6yui