exterior wall crack

The exterior (brick) wall has a vertical crack. It goes on the full height of the building and it's right on the middle length of the wall.
It's not very wide but it's visible. It's been like that since I bought the house (last year). The house is 8 yrs old in Toronto.
I had a home inspection before buying the house and the guy said the wall it's not structural ... don't remember the details. The crack is not visible from inside.
Based on home inspection's report and my observations there is no moisture or humidity on that area.
What do you think? How it should be fixed, what should be the cause ...
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jackie snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.se wrote:

My guess is that it is a brick veneer. If that is correct then it is a visual problem only. If you don't like the look then it can be patched. Patching it may or may not look better when done and it could come back all depending on the situation and the ability of the one making the repair.
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