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    The BOMA BEST Sustainable Buildings Certification program is dedicated to assisting property managers and building operators improve their buildings’ environmental performance.
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    RIU Hotels & Resorts opening first hotel in Canada

    RIU Hotels & Resorts has announced the construction of a hotel in Toronto. The Spanish company intends to invest around $100-million in the project.
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    CMLC breaks ground on 9th Avenue Parkade

    Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) has broken ground on a new parkade located on 9th Avenue and 3rd Street S.E. for Calgary Parking Authority.
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    Canadians join select slate of ASHRAE Fellows

    Arthur Irwin's peers conveyed one final honour, as he was elevated to the special category of ASHRAE membership recognizing exceptional contributions to the HVAC industry and a sustainable built environment.
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    Deep energy retrofit a winner for Olympic Park

    An overhaul of the aging thermal plant combined with other system and equipment upgrades delivered a 31 per cent cut in energy use and a 57 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
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    Ted Shore to retire from Quadrangle

    Ted Shore, a principal at Toronto-based firm Quadrangle, announced in December that he is retiring from the firm, effective January 31, 2019.

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    An illogical quirk in the apportionment of business education tax continues to undermine competitiveness for some of Ontario's major cities, advocates for the commercial real estate sector maintain.
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    Energy conservation initiatives are cutting costs and supporting skills development that make health care operations more self-reliant in five James Bay communities.

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