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1. Slow approval processes continue to hamper new development
Current approval processes are hampering the development of safe and affordable housing in Ontario, according to a new research paper published by the Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA).
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2. Average rents decline slightly in March

Overall, average rents in Canada declined slightly in March after three straight months of increasing rental rates, according to the April national rent report produced by and Bullpen Research & Consulting. Read More »

3. The implications of false fire alarms in condos
Once a fire alarm in a condominium is determined to be a false alarm, residents are likely to feel relief. After all, there is no real danger. However, for condo managers, a false fire alarm results in a slew of new issues. What happens when a fire alarm goes off at a condominium when no smoke or fire is present?  Read More »
4. ASHRAE publishes energy guideline for historic buildings
With nearly two-thirds of existing buildings estimated to still be in service by 2050, project teams retrofitting any historic building for energy efficiency can benefit from the content of the new ASHRAE guideline. Read More »
5. Developer Beedie marks 65 year anniversary
Beedie, one of Western Canada’s largest industrial and residential developers, marks a massive milestone in 2019.  Read More »
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