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1. Climate risk raises stranded asset potential
Fire and flood created an ominous backdrop for real estate investment in the spring and summer of 2017 as natural calamities engulfed or inundated billions of dollars worth of property in North America and beyond. Worldwide escalating tallies of damage from storms and drought-related phenomena are indisputably capturing the industry’s attention.
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2. Vancouver's first commercial condo for luxury autos
Hungerford Properties is launching Trove, Vancouver’s first luxury lifestyle condos for cars and collectibles. Read More »
3. CaGBC report recommends national retrofit strategy

A new CaGBC report finds that retrofitting a specific number of large buildings with the greatest potential to reduce carbon could help achieve a 30 per cent (and potentially 51 per cent) building emissions reduction by 2030. Read More »

4. Ottawa's Constitution Square sold in joint venture
The Greystone Real Estate Strategy (Greystone), Canderel and Canstone Realty Advisors have purchased Constitution Square, one of the largest office complexes in downtown Ottawa. Read More »
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5. B.C. Privacy Commissioner launches investigation
Acting Information and Privacy Commissioner Drew McArthur is investigating whether landlords in British Columbia are asking prospective tenants for too much personal information. Read More »
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