September 26, 2017

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Building permit activity drops in Manitoba by 46.7 per cent between May and June

Hardest hit was the non-residential sector, where permit values plummeted by 60 per cent to a  $88.3 million from $219 million in May. Residential permit values fell 30.1 per cent to $119.1 million from $170.2 million.

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Hardest hit was the non-residential sector, where permit values plummeted by 60 per cent to a $88.3 million from $219 million in May. Residential permit values fell 30.1 per cent to $119.1 million from $170.2 million. Purchase Photo Print

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