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Ontario electricity prices flout sliding demand
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Despite a steep drop in province-wide energy consumption due to COVID-19 triggered business shutdowns, many building owners/managers expect a more modest flow-through dip in operating costs. The global adjustment is central to that forecast, both due its quirky apportionment and its track record as the repository for added, often unspecified costs the Ontario government needs to cover.

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5 (More) Reasons to Design with Timber

The endless benefits of working with wood. When it comes to visual appeal in the built environment, mass timber is in a league of its own.  » READ MORE 

»Deferrals should address GST/HST remittances
 
»Rent delinquencies in April lower than expected
 
»Canadian hotel industry draws troubleshooters
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Flood response to rely more on independent action

COVID-19 health protocol is sure to complicate flood response and cleanup in commercial and multi-residential buildings in the coming months, particularly if evacuation is required. »READ MORE

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Ontario to delay next property tax cycle

Ontario property owners will have one less shifting tableau to contemplate with the postponement of this year’s planned reassessment, which also delays a new four-year property tax cycle that had been slated to begin in 2021. The move was announced in last week’s provincial economic and fiscal update among several measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, but additionally opens a window to adjust the mechanics of the assessment process itself. »READ MORE

 
 
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