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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. Making space for talent attraction efforts
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Commercial real estate’s core function as a provider of workspace serves as something of a living lab for the industry’s own human resources strategies. Building owners/managers are increasingly pressed to: meet tenant demand for new kinds of services and technological capability; safeguard business continuity in times of cyber and climatic peril; and deliver a return on investment in the face of a growing array of competition from shiny new towers, co-working space and home offices. In turn, these pressures influence decisions about hiring and staff deployment.

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2. Order of Canada honourees grace buildings sector

Architectural practitioners in Toronto and Vancouver have been named to the Order of Canada. Read More »

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3. Canadian home ownership dream still alive, says report

Market conditions are looking up for Canadian home buyers, but Toronto and Vancouver remain inaccessible to most. This is according to the latest RBC Economics Housing Trends and Affordability Report, which indicates housing affordability has improved for the second straight quarter of 2019.
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4. BentallGreenOak officially emerges

Bentall Kennedy’s merger with GreenOak Real Estate is now in place, bringing USD $46 billion worth of office, retail, industrial and multifamily assets into the newly formed, BentallGreenOak.

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5. B.C. unveils CleanBC Government Buildings Program
B.C. government buildings will become smarter and more energy efficient in an effort to tackle climate change, thanks to the province’s new CleanBC Government Buildings Program. Read More »
 
 
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