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Toronto Cmas: Cent and Vancouver

toronto cmas: But Montr al's proportion of renters has declined slightly from 45 per cent in 2011, whereas Vancouver and Toronto CMAs are both on the rise.article continues below Trending Stories Rio Theatre crowdfunding campaign makes history Michelle Pfeiffer linked to 28.8m B.C. luxury estate listing Is rapid transit in Delta on horizon Greater Vancouver home prices to drop 21 per cent by 2019 analysisrelated New laws give more protection to tenants facing renovictionsB.C. government forms Rental Housing Task Force Metro Vancouver's renter rate increased to 36.3 per cent in 2016 from 34.5 per cent in 2011, according to Vancouver Courier. Toronto CMA's proportion of renters rose to 33.5 per cent from 31.7 per cent during the same period. Overall, the Montr al Census Metropolitan Area CMA still has the highest rate of renters in the country, at 44.6 per cent of households, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's report. When broken down by age group, among non-immigrant millennials aged 25-34, the percentage of households who rent their home is now higher in both the Vancouver and Toronto CMAs than in Montr al. This resulted in Vancouver overtaking Montr al's renter proportion in that age group, which rose just 1.9 percentage points to 57.8 per cent. Between 2011 and 2016, the proportion of these renters in Vancouver rose by 7.4 percentage points to 63.2 per cent. ( As reported in the news.