Residential property values and year-over-year change, by province and territory
The title of the infographic is "Residential property values and year-over-year change, by province and territory"
It includes one map and one table. Text on the infographic is as follows:
Figure 1: Year-over-year change of residential property values. This is a map of Canada by province showing the year-over-year percentage changes for residential property values. Green arrows represent an increase, while red arrows represent a decrease. Residential property values for Canada increased 7.4% in 2015 compared with 2014. Newfoundland and Labrador down 2.2%, Prince Edward Island up 0.6%, Nova Scotia up 2.8%, New Brunswick down 0.9%, Quebec up 4.5%, Ontario up 9.0%, Manitoba up 2.9%, Saskatchewan up 2.8%, Alberta up 3.4%, British Columbia up 11.6%, Yukon up 4.9%, Northwest Territories down 1.6%, and Nunavut up 8.9%.
Table 1: Total residential property values in billions of dollars. Total residential property values for Canada $4,821.4 billion, Newfoundland and Labrador $43.2 billion, Prince Edward Island $6.8 billion, Nova Scotia $75.6 billion, New Brunswick $40.1 billion, Quebec $772.2 billion, Ontario $2,060.0 billion, Manitoba $108.3 billion, Saskatchewan $113.2 billion, Alberta $608.1 billion, British Columbia $986.4 billion, Yukon $2.4 billion, Northwest Territories $3.7 billion, Nunavut $1.4 billion.
Source: CANSIM table 026-0018 - Residential property values, by province and territory.