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Energy efficiency messaging reset in Ontario
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Energy efficiency advocates are working to enlist broader support and leverage existing influential backers at a time when government commitment is becoming more uneven across North American jurisdictions. Efficiency Canada — formerly the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance — launched its new brand this spring with a heavy emphasis on the economic development opportunities arising from energy retrofits and the pursuit of Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets.

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»Downtown Montreal office market making gains
 
»Halifax office vacancy rate dips modestly
 
»B.C. NDP launches new agreement for public projects
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Networking Opportunities for Property Managers
Networking in the property management industry goes beyond finding a new job or making small talk at a business conference. It’s about building relationships and tapping into resources that have long-term value. »READ MORE
»Report defines framework for community wellbeing
 
»Innovation Centre at Red River College breaks ground
 
»A smart business case for GHG reduction
 
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CDPQ injects $250 million into Avison Young

Strategic investment from Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) will allow the principals of Avison Young to regain 100 per cent of the common shares in their real estate services company. »READ MORE

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Developers decry pullback on property tax grant 

Office tower developers have encountered unanticipated restrictive criteria for a property tax grant tied to Toronto’s economic development strategy. A report prepared for Toronto Council recommends rejecting six applicants collectively investing more than $3.5 billion in the city’s financial district because property tax relief is not deemed critical to their projects’ viability. »READ MORE

 
 
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