NAIOP has selected Hudson Pacific Properties as the 2021 Developer of the Year – the association’s highest honour.
A new volunteer council, gleaning insight and experience from all commercial real estate disciplines, is exhorting the industry to better reflect the society in which it operates.
The U.S. National Association of Realtors is searching the Canadian market for promising technologies for the commercial and residential real estate sectors.
Toronto is positioned among select global cities with a combination of space and cost factors that could better appeal to employers seeking to expand space-per-person ratios in their office footprint.
BOMA members and other interested parties are asked to complete a short online survey ahead of the upcoming launch of the new Circular Economy Guide for Commercial Real Estate.
Applications are invited for Governor-in-Council appointments within the Canadian Human Rights Commission and the Ministry of Employment and Social Development.
Companies and individuals in the commercial real estate industry were lauded for their superior service at the BOMA BC Awards of Excellence.
Encased in glass, four water walls will symbolize TRCA’s role of safeguarding the GTA’s watersheds while also being an integral part of the building’s HVAC system.
Suburban office and corporate headquarters capture the limelight in the newly announced 2021 ENERGY STAR Canada awards for existing commercial and institutional buildings.
A proposed digital channel for submitting property-related information requests to Ontario's Ministry of the Environment would offer an alternative to the current paper-based submission of Freedom of Information requests.
Canada recently listed plastic manufactured items on Schedule 1 under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), taking a first regulatory step in addressing plastic pollution.
IICRC has published a newly-revised, ANSI-approved ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard for Professional Water Damage Restoration.
CPP Investments is one of five pension plan managers on the list, along with three global insurance/asset management firms and two sovereign wealth funds.
$11.2 million will be allocated throughout Ottawa’s 23 city wards and put toward outdoor recreational facilities, pedestrian safety measures, and HVAC and digital connectivity upgrades in community centres and other municipal buildings.
Office spaces across Toronto, Mississauga and Calgary have implemented a wide range of COVID-19 solutions to ensure a healthy and safe return to work.
Of the 21 transactions totalling approximately $197 million in value during the first quarter of 2021, seven properties were sold for redevelopment or conversion to other uses and three were distressed sales.
The Canadian government expects to spend nearly $93 million to offset energy-related greenhouse gas emissions in its own portfolio, but $77.9 million of that is slated for unspecified “future years”.