January 14, 2016 / 1:40 PM / in 2 years

Canada new home prices climb 0.2 percent in November

Construction workers finish siding work on a new housing development on lands owned by the Tsawwassen First Nation, a short distance south of Vancouver, British Columbia, March 9, 2015.Julie Gordon

J(Reuters) - New home prices in Canada rose 0.2 percent in November from the previous month, following a 0.3 percent gain in October, Statistics Canada said on Thursday.

Vancouver and the Toronto area once more acted as the main drivers for the overall increase, with builders citing market conditions.

Reporting by Simon Doyle; Editing by David Ljunggren

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