http://ca.news.finance.yahoo.com/s/...using-market-healthy-slight-pause-summer.html "Canada's housing market looks healthy going into the final three months of this year after a summer "pause," one of the country's largest real-estate agent networks said in a report released Tuesday." "Re/Max said it anticipates fewer sales than in the surprisingly strong fourth quarter of 2009 but prices are expected to hold up." "The Re/Max report found there hasn't been a big influx of listings, while demand has normalized after a very hot period in late 2009 and early this year." "It also says there was a good sign from the number of higher-end properties sold this summer in both smaller and larger centres, especially in the Ontario cities of Sudbury and Kitchener-Waterloo, Kelowna, B.C., and Winnipeg." "It says the luxury property segment is historically one of the first to show problems when a market is softening and that didn't happen this summer. Re/Max said it expects more normal conditions going forward, with housing sales gaining momentum as the economy improves." Canada bears still putting their money behind a housing collapse?