Condominium units in British Columbia, Ontario and Nova Scotia are proving most popular with non-residents and fetching higher prices than those owned by residents, according to a report issued yesterday by the Canadian Housing Statistics Program. Canadian property continues to be a favourite among Chinese property seekers, whose enquiries into the country rose by eight percent between 2017 to 2018 despite the introduction of foreign buyers’ taxes, according to property portal, reports Property Report (13 March 2019).