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1. Gen Z friendly cities foster a rising cohort
Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal rank among the world’s most Gen Z friendly cities, analysis from Nestpick, a global database for furnished apartment and room rentals, concludes. The recently released study assesses and scores 110 cities on 22 indicators — broadly falling into the categories of digital infrastructure, societal openness, leisure pursuits and business culture — deemed to support and/or influence the age cohort born between 1997 and 2012.

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2. SmartCentres and Greenwin join forces on new Barrie development

SmartCentres REIT and Greenwin Inc. announced that they have entered into a 50/50 joint venture to develop a 7.8 acre lakefront property located in Barrie, Ontario. Read More »

3. Toronto Community Housing announces restructuring plans

Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) announced plans to restructure the organization in an effort to deliver better, faster service to its 110,000 tenants. Read More »

4. Sun Life Building receives LEED Platinum

The Canada Green Building Council has awarded LEED Platinum certification (Existing Building) to the Sun Life Building, the highest level of recognition for LEED Green Buildings, and is a mark of excellence that is known around the world.
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5. Advancing women engineers initiative launched
The engineering and technology professions in B.C. are launching a new initiative to increase the number of women in science and technology-related occupations. Read More »
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