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Peak demand report cards imminent in Ontario

Many larger commercial electricity customers in Ontario are awaiting their first peak demand report cards, due to be delivered by May 31. Instead of a grade point average, though, they’ll receive a mathematical factor to calculate their share of the bucket of costs known as the global adjustment (GA) for the 12 months beginning July 1.


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»Green certified office space no rarity in Canada
»Rents for industrial space continue to rise as demand outpaces supply
»Commercial buildings stuck at GHG status quo
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Q&A: The value of accurate floor measurements
In order to maximize lease areas or to receive full value when a building is sold, building owners and managers need to ensure that all floor areas are accounted for and the latest floor measurement standards considered. »READ MORE
Steps for next-level emergency preparedness
You’ve approved the plans, printed the pages, and made the official binder. Now that your business continuity and emergency preparations are complete, you can shelve them and forget them until the day disaster strikes. Unless, of course, you actually want to survive an event. »READ MORE
»Diamond Schmitt opens $44.9 million facility at college in Ottawa
»$50,000 endowment fund honours Concert founder
»Don Fairgrieve-Park named in 2018 class of BOMA Fellows
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What will make T.O. condo investors less bullish?

A study released this year by CIBC and Urbanation revealed that a significant portion of investors who are renting out their new condominium apartment units in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) are cash-flow negative, and people are questioning whether investing in new condos still makes sense. »READ MORE

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Ontario candidates overstate conservation costs

Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford recently promised that his party’s plan to fund energy efficiency measures with tax revenue rather than directly through hydro rates would cut the average family’s annual electricity costs by about $43. However, the average residential customer currently pays less than $28 toward conservation. »READ MORE

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