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Retail landlords absorb and counter economic hit
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Retail landlords anticipate social distancing protocols will pose a challenge as stores and malls reopen following lengthy COVID-19-triggered shutdowns. Recovery from the sudden and dramatic economic hit could be an even longer term and more daunting prospect. Recently released results of a wide-ranging survey conducted by Altus Group reveal many major Canadian commercial real estate players are braced for the erosion of consumer confidence, tenant solvency and their own investment returns.

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»Office-using sectors show relative resilience
 
»Public transit wariness makes the core edgy
 
»On the road to recovery
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The Benefits of Building Energy Modelling

Building Energy Modelling (BEM) is a versatile, multipurpose tool used in both new construction and existing buildings.  » READ MORE 

»Colliers: CRE rent collection on downward trend
 
»Calgary approves updated Green Line LRT alignment
 
»B.C. takes steps to grow mass timber buildings
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Public disclosure could foil energy reporting

Winnipeg’s call for voluntary disclosure of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions could attract a disproportionate share of high-performance buildings. »READ MORE

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Canada wavers on airtightness testing

Canada will not become a leader in mandating whole building airtightness testing, or at least not in the near-term future. A proposed change to the National Energy Code that could have made the practice compulsory for construction of large commercial, institutional and multi-residential building designed to comply with the code’s prescriptive path has now been withdrawn upon instructions from the executive committee of the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes. »READ MORE

 
 
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