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1. Canadian cities fertile for tech job growth
Toronto’s rocketing tech sector is reverberating in commercial and residential real estate markets. The city spawned more than 80,000 new tech-related jobs between 2013 and 2018 and is positioned third among 50 North American centres analyzed in CBRE’s recently released tech talent scorecard, trailing only entrenched hubs in the San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle.

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2. New affordable rental project underway in Vancouver

With the help of the National Housing Strategy, construction is underway at a 145-unit mixed-use building just outside of downtown Vancouver, with 120 homes earmarked at affordable rents lower than 30 per cent of Vancouver’s median household income. Read More »

3. Carbon pricing reappears on Ontario gas bills

Carbon pricing has been reinstated on Ontario’s natural gas bills 10 months after utilities were instructed to remove the levy that the provincial government has been seeking to quash.
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4. Sweeping changes in regulation

Self-regulatory professional bodies in British Columbia and across the country are under increasing political, public and media scrutiny. Attention has manifested in the form of reviews, audits and new legislation.
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5. City council endorses waterfront development in Port Credit
Mississauga City Council has endorsed the proposed redevelopment of the 72-acre former Imperial Oil Lands at 70 Mississauga Road South and 181 Lakeshore Road West in Port Credit, Ont. Read More »
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