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Hard quotas unlikely in gender parity push
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Hard quotas appear to be an unlikely tool in the growing push to promote gender parity in the real estate industry if commentary at a panel hosted by the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Toronto chapter on International Women’s Day is any indication. 

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2. End of era results released for BOMA BEST v2

Slightly more than 52 per cent of participating buildings achieved a score of a least 70 per cent for a silver or higher certification. Read More »

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3. UBC opens $11.6 million sports medicine facility

The Chan Gunn Pavilion, a new $11.6 million sports medicine facility, has officially opened at the University of B.C. Read More »

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4. AR tech a turning point for future tech sector
Some tech specialists believe that by 2020, most companies will be forced to use enhanced versions of reality in training programs in order to stay competitive and attract younger employees as the aging workforce retires. Read More »
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5. More landlords using child care to bolster amenities
Corporate tenants are increasingly demanding daycare centres in their buildings to help female employees go back to work and pursue their careers after maternity leave. Read More »
 
 
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