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1. Climate change procrastinators urged to act
Debunking deniers is so last decade. Proponents of sustainable, resilient real estate now place more urgency on prodding climate change procrastinators to action. And even conventional push-pull forces are realigning to support the effort.

“Managers are being pulled in the same direction by owners and tenants,” observed Benjamin Shinewald, president and chief executive officer of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Canada, as he led a recent panel discussion in Toronto. “I think there has been a shift in interest in the last five years or so, from mitigation to adaptation.”

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2. Built Green Canada launches HD Renovation Program pilot

Built Green Canada announced it has launched its High Density Renovation Program pilot with four projects underway, courtesy of Strategic Group’s office-to-residential repurposing projects in Calgary and Edmonton. Read More »

3. RioCan completes acquisition of ePlace apartments in Toronto

RioCan has completed its acquisition of the apartment and retail components at ePlace, a large mixed-use development located at the northeast corner of Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto. Read More »

4. Landscape architecture prize named after Oberlander

Canadian landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander has been chosen as the namesake of a new US$100K international prize.
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5. REMI earns three 2019 COPA nominations
The REMI Network has received three nominations for the 2019 Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA). Presented by Masthead Online, the annual awards recognize editorial and design excellence in four categories of digital publications: academic; business; consumer; and media. Read More »
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