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December 12, 2017
New trade partners move up Canada's wish list
Canadian construction and design service providers have a lucrative new market to crack at a time when trade specialists advise vendors to try to expand their horizons. The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) isn’t expected to suddenly propel a wave of Canadian firms onto shortlists for EU projects, but it does open up opportunities to start building relationships with potential customers.
Shopping centres prepare for the holidays
Creating immersive and memorable experiences for retail customers during the holiday season is a process that unfolds all year round at 19 Cadillac Fairview shopping centres across Canada.
Revamped Ontario law helps construction workers get paid on time
Construction businesses and workers in Ontario can look forward to being paid on time for the work they do under the province’s updated Construction Lien Amendment Act.
FirstOnSite - 2017 in Review
It’s been a milestone year for FirstOnSite Restoration. From revitalizing essential services and businesses during the BC Wildfires to bringing order following the chaotic Windsor windstorms, the team has responded coast-to-coast helping commercial and residential clients recover from the unexpected.
Allied selling five-property portfolio in Winnipeg
Allied Properties REIT has entered into an agreement to sell its portfolio of five properties in Winnipeg, expected to close on December 18.
Negotiating a tenant's restoration obligations
One of the many issues commonly negotiated between landlords and tenants is the condition of the state of repair that the premises must be in at the expiry of the lease. 

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Startup transforms restaurants into office space
The founder of Hailo, the global Uber-style taxi hailing app in Canada, has started up a new app called Flexday, which turns restaurants only open at night into workspaces during the day.
Alberta overhauls workplace safety rules
Workers in Alberta would be able to refuse unsafe work conditions under new workplace safety legislation the provincial government is proposing.
maintenance banner.jpg Commisioning and recommissioning buildings
Property owners and managers are placing increased focus on the energy efficiency performance of their buildings. This is often driven by a desire to reduce energy costs, or a focus on reducing energy consumption and associated emissions to achieve organizational sustainability and social responsibility goals.
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ICYMI: Four growing commercial hubs in Toronto
The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is expected to be Ontario’s fastest-growing region over the next 25 years, one factor that will fuel commercial development in major transit nodes now being built. Read More »

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