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September 5, 2017
BOMEX 2017 coming to Toronto
In its centennial year, BOMA Toronto (Building Owners and Managers Association) will celebrate industry accomplishments and showcase its vibrant home city as the host of BOMEX, BOMA Canada’s national conference. The two-day event, September 27-28, will focus on excellence in Canadian commercial real estate with a leading-edge educational program, tours of iconic Toronto landmarks and awards to recognize Canada’s top buildings and owner/manager teams for 2017.
Land tops Vancouver Q2 investment transactions
Vancouver’s three largest investment transactions for the  spring of 2017 surpassed an entire quarter’s worth of activity in Calgary. 
NFK Devencore negotiates large-scale office relocation
Travel insurance company Allianz Global Assistance will move more than 600 employees to a new 115,000-square-foot campus in Cambridge, Ontario. 
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Understanding Leasing in Property Management
Ever since the capital market crash in 2008, fund managers, asset managers, property managers and owners have been working to restore their property values and increase cash flow. While they can’t control cap rate fluctuations, they can control, through a solid leasing program, the property income.
Wireless solutions for existing building efficiency
The requirements of wired building controls can make a building automation system  (BAS) too costly — and perhaps physically impossible — to install in many of existing commercial buildings; however, wireless technology is helping to remove this obstacle.
Skyscraper construction due for radical change
Skyscraper construction is slowly evolving to meet the demands for better efficiency and sustainability.

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Boosting energy efficient upgrades may lower energy demand
Lighting, and computer and HVAC equipment were identified as key areas for potential energy savings in the commercial real estate industry, according to a new Conference Board of Canada report.
Edmonton leads transition to low carbon future
Commercial and residential buildings account for 42 per cent of the energy consumed and 40 per cent of the greenhouse gas emissions in Edmonton.
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Recognizing carbon emissions as a key indicator of building performance is an important and fundamental shift for our industry. To date, regulators and those incenting carbon emission reductions (including CaGBC) have focused on energy efficiency; however, the most important factor in the carbon footprint of a building is often not its energy performance, but the carbon intensity of the electricity and fossil fuels used.
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ICYMI: Kitchener redevelopment brings rare opportunity
A heritage landmark built in 1910 by Bell Telephone Company remains a part of Kitchener, Ontario’s storied past, and will soon transform into a mixed-use property, bringing 46,000 square feet of prime office space to the downtown core. As it stands, there aren’t many historic buildings left in Kitchener that can be redeveloped into the kind of office space many modern users are searching for.
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