In most of the areas, the possibility for jobs would be automated in those sectors, this is going to form variation in the different regions which will have an effect on the housing markets in Canada.
The Brookfield Institute made an account saying that the small regional economies with manufacturing and industries (the likes of mining) levels being high has a greater possibility of seeing an incline in automation. Places like Quesnel in BC and Woodstock and Tillsonburg in Ontario can be seen as examples.
In major hospitals, secondary schooling system or public sector labor force may not likely have automation introduced in their sectors anytime from now. New Brunswick, Fredericton, Ontario, Petawawa and Ottawa-Gatineau are also included as they will not be having a robot workforce.