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Long Term Energy Plan reframes CDM incentive

One of Ontario’s most lucrative incentives for conservation and demand management (CDM) will be terminated next summer, about two years after the rules were revised to make it more appealing to multi-residential landlords and condominium corporations. The newly released provincial Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP), now updated to replace the 2013 version, rescinds favoured status for combined heat and power (CHP) systems that rely on fossil fuels.

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2. How technology is leveraging asset management

There are now more than 130 companies creating technology to help the commercial real estate industry thrive and to make work easier for property owners and managers. Read More »

3. More condo reps pursuing senior-friendly upgrades

Older condo buildings constructed in the 1980s and earlier are now facing challenges of providing amenities to owners who are 65 years or older. These buildings often lack accessibility and safety features now common in new buildings.Read More »

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4. Canada's first LEED Platinum heritage conversion
Credit Suisse Asset Management and Vancouver-based Swissreal Investments officially opened The Exchange office tower this week in Vancouver’s Financial District. Read More »
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5. Cape Breton creative hub gets $5-mil investment
The federal government is investing in the Cape Breton Centre for Arts, Culture and Innovation, a new creative hub to be located in Sydney, N.S. Read More »
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