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1. GTA rental completions reach 25-year high
With 1,849 new rental units beginning occupancy since January, GTA rental completions have reached a 25-year high according to a new report from leading real estate consulting firm, Urbanation. Since 2005, just 13,520 purpose-built rental units have been brought to market, underscoring the significance of this growth.
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2. Ontario spurns unpaid building code advisors

Technical and policy specialists who provide unpaid guidance on energy and water conservation requirements in the Ontario Building Code have caught the attention of government cost-cutters.  Read More »

3. BOMA BC introduces recommissioning program
The Building Owners and Managers Association of British Columbia (BOMA BC), with support from Natural Resources Canada, has launched a new service for buildings to identify low-cost energy and emissions savings through recommissioning.  Read More »
4. Haskayne students win real estate case competition
Students enrolled in the real estate studies program at the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business won first place in the 2019 University of Guelph Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition (URECC). Read More »
5. B.C. RE sector boosts anti-money laundering efforts
Key players in the real estate sector in British Columbia have submitted anti-money laundering recommendations to the provincial and federal government in an effort to help protect B.C.’s housing market from organized crime.  Read More »
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