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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1.B.C. first to allow 12-storey mass timber builds
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British Columbia (B.C.) will be first province in Canada to allow 12-storey mass timber buildings. The current building code allows only six-storey mass timber buildings, but the national building code is expected to be revised to increase height limits to 12 -storeys in 2020.
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2. Manitoba sticks to optional new home warranty

Third-party warranties against construction deficiencies will continue to be a market-driven feature of new home sales in Manitoba rather than a regulatory requirement.  Read More »

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3. CCMP to acquire facilities management company for $1B
CCMP Capital Advisors, LP (CCMP) will acquire BGIS, an integrated facilities management (IFM) company for approximately US$1 billion. Read More »
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4. Greybrook invests in Toronto mid-rise development
Greybrook Realty Partners Inc. recently announced the successful closing of an equity investment by its managed issuer of $27.6 million to acquire and oversee the development of a two-acre parcel of land in Toronto. Read More »
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5. VEC forecasts $3.3B demand for greener buildings
The Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) has launched the Green Building Market Forecast, a report quantifying the potential economic impact of the BC Energy Step Code (ESC) in Metro Vancouver.  Read More »
 
 
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