The Calgary-based rental housing provider pleaded guilty under its legal name, Boulevard Real Estate Equities Ltd., for an incident that caused a worker injury.
The Canadian Armed Forces has issued a scathing report on the state of Ontario’s long-term care homes, shedding light on the grim conditions service members observed in five specific GTA residences.
Allowing cities and counties to open and close independently based on standardized guidelines is the safest way of reopening, a new study finds.
Devimco Immobilier has joined forces with the City of Longueuil on the development of a major mixed-use project above the Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke métro station.
Sales value topped $2 billion for the fourth consecutive quarter, albeit at a lower total than was achieved in the second to fourth quarters of 2019.
Urban centres across Canada and the U.S. are experiencing a rise in "aggressive" rodent activity due to COVID-19 restrictions shuttering restaurants and cafes.
Temporary suspension of Ontario’s time-of-use pricing scheme equates to a 3 per cent sliver of the projected provincial expenditure to underwrite electricity costs in 2020-21.
Programming for both commercial and residential tenants will include free workshops focused on bee education, as well as the end of season honey harvest.
Average monthly rents were down in April over March in most Canadian cities, including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa, according to the latest data from Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
Board trustees for some of Canada’s most prominent commercial real estate portfolios are underscoring the obligations owed to on-site building services personnel during the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19 has prompted accelerated delivery of high-speed internet to some overlooked or underserviced areas of Nova Scotia.
Chartwell announced it has launched the CaRES Fund in partnership with other sector leaders to help support senior living workers on the front-lines.
Condo boards and residential landlords in Fort McMurray and surrounding flood-stricken areas will have until August 5 to apply for provincial funding to help cover uninsurable damage.
COVID-19 outbreaks in health and congregate care settings have increased dramatically across Ontario, according to recent data from the Ontario Health Coalition.
Rising concerns in New York State over illegal evictions during the lockdown period has prompted the Attorney General to beef up provisions aimed at protecting vulnerable tenants.
According to new research from Finder.com, more than 3.4 million Canadians believe they'll never own a home, particularly in the frame of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report provides a blueprint for policymakers and regulators in the housing market to address threats to financial stability.