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Before the Calgary Tower was built and Toronto saw the CN Tower rise, the skylines of Canadian cities were seeing new structures slowly popping up and dominating the landscape. For nearly 50 years, condos have been a growing housing option for Canadians.
The history of condos, long seen as second best to the standard house, is full of curiosities and concerns we still hear today. Explore our interactive timeline looking at the condo legislation that started it all in 1966 to when the last region went condo in 1988.