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New home prices in WInnipeg climbed slightly from August to September.

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The cost of buying a new home inched a little higher in Winnipeg in September, new Statistics Canada figures show.

The federal agency said Winnipeg’s new housing price index rose by a mere 0.1 per cent from August to September after registering no change from July to August.

The small change was part of a broad trend which saw little to no change in the new housing price index for most of the 21 metropolitan areas surveyed.

On a year-over-year basis, Winnipeg’s index was up 4.6 per cent from a year earlier. That was the second largest 12-month increase after Calgary’s 6.3 per cent.

Nationally, Canada’s index was unchanged from August to September, and up 1.6 per cent from a year earlier.

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