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CRE gender pay gap widens at mid-career
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Recent social movements have heightened society-wide awareness about negative treatment and pay disparities women are facing in the workplace. Like other industries, commercial real estate is now under greater pressure to address these issues, as companies strive to meet equality, diversity and inclusion goals.

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»Survey reveals workers’ attitudes towards cannabis in the workplace
 
»Cannabis fueling commercial real estate demand in Western Canada
 
»Medical cannabis a prescription for uncertainty
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Why Security Should Be Your Number-One Priority
Ensure the safety and security of your employees and guests is your number one priority by working with trained, experienced security professionals. »READ MORE
»BOMA Canada awards honour the best in CRE
 
»Construction of $1.2 billion Toronto hospital begins
 
»LEED v4.1 to focus on performance outcomes
 
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More smokers stoke litter and fire risk

Coincidental timing has Canada’s new cannabis laws coming into force in the middle of Waste Reduction Week and just four days after Fire Prevention Week wraps up. It’s fittingly in sync with a potential influx of many more smokers into Canadian society. »READ MORE

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
CDM mandate survives Green Energy Repeal Act

The mandate for some of Ontario’s key energy and water conservation programs will remain enshrined in provincial legislation despite the dismantling of the Green Energy Act, which formally began last month. Selected provisions of the former Liberal government’s legacy will be transferred to the Electricity Act.
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