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    Errol Small and Trisha Glazer from WatrTekPro Inc. share expert tips and insights to help property managers improve water efficiencies.
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    COVID-19’s impact on housing affordability

    CMHC's Mathieu Laberge shares his perspective on housing affordability in Canada since COVID and what can be done to weather these challenging times.
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    How to secure the best insurance rates

    Property insurance costs are steeper than ever, driven by significant losses for water damage, fire, and natural disasters, combined with inflationary pressure increasing the costs of claims.

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    Key action steps in the 2024 Ontario Budget include investing $1 billion in the new Municipal Housing Infrastructure Program and supporting transit-oriented development.
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    Ontario’s shifting real estate landscape

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