View Online | Forward | Sign Up | Archives May 17, 2019
1. New rules could help dislodge drug dealers
Proposed amendments to Ontario’s Cannabis Control Act could bolster efforts to dislodge drug dealers from residential buildings. To date, police have not had the authority to immediately shut down and eject occupants of dwelling units where unlicensed cannabis sales/distribution occurs or where people younger than 19 use, sell/distribute or cultivate cannabis. That’s set to change as part of Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, introduced in the Ontario legislature on May 2.

Read More »
2. Manitoba launches new eviction fact sheet for landlords

The Manitoba government announced that it plans to launch an eviction fact sheet for landlords to clarify the process for evicting tenants who are breaking the law and putting others at risk, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced. Read More »

3. Record hotel performance to drive new construction

According to CBRE Canadian Hotels 2019 Outlook report, new supply of hotel product will increase by two per cent in 2019, marking the highest single year of supply growth in the Canadian hotel market since the financial crisis of 2008.
Read More »

4. Alberta residents to benefit from Housing for Health initiative
At a press conference in Edmonton, key government representatives were on hand to announce that the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is investing $4.4 million over a five year period to support the University of Alberta’s Housing for Health project. Read More »
5. Energy efficiency leaders enrich New Brunswick
Six newly named recipients of New Brunswick’s 2019 Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards include early adopters of energy and water-saving technology, long-time conservation advocates and service providers steering clients to power and cost savings. Read More »
998-20298657_120X600 CONNECTED.JPG
ESA Cairns - Remi box d-125x125.jpg
To unsubscribe or change your preferences, click here.
 MediaEdge Communications
5255 Yonge Street, Suite 1000
Toronto, ON
M2N 6P4