Atlantic Canada’s cities see recent population surge as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal lose thousands to other regions: StatsCan
MPs, strategists, and advocates reflect on the challenges and opportunities brought about by a population surge in Atlantic Canada's urban centres.
P.E.I. Liberal MP Sean Casey, centre, says his province has been leading per capita population growth in Canada for years, but that it has lost its competitive advantage on affordability as housing costs have skyrocketed. Photograph courtesy of the PMO