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1. Time-of-use electricity rates spark debate

Ontario’s time-of-use electricity rates for residential and other small-scale customers inspire diverse criticism. Energy efficiency proponents suggest the three price gradients are too indistinct to effectively influence consumer behaviour, while some candidates in the upcoming provincial election argue the tiered rate structure hasn’t delivered envisioned reductions in peak demand and has unduly penalized some consumers.

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2. BOMA BC announces new president

BOMA BC has announced the appointment of Damian Stathonikos as president of the association. He joins BOMA BC from the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) where he was vice president, member services and part of the senior management team providing leadership and strategic direction for the association. Read More »

3. Electronic voting for condos comes to Canada

As Ontario prepares to digitize aspects of the voting process in the upcoming provincial election, a U.S.-based company is paving the way for condo corporations to make a similar move. Read More »

4. New architecture school brings lessons to life
Students of Canada’s newest architecture school won’t have to venture far to see lessons from the classroom come to life. The latest addition to Laurentian University’s real estate portfolio highlights, rather than hides, the way it was constructed. Read More »
5. UBC’s mass timber Virtuoso condo completed
Construction of Virtuoso, a six-storey residential development located at UBC’s Wesbrook Village, has reached completion. Developed by Adera Development Corporation, this building is one of the first market condominium projects in North America constructed using mass timber. Read More »
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