• BUILDEX Alberta

    BUILDEX Alberta merges Calgary, Edmonton shows

    BUILDEX Calgary and BUILDEX Edmonton are combining to bring together a larger representation of the Alberta building industry.
  • low-carbon vanguard

    Real estate primed for low-carbon vanguard

    Canada's Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance suggests there is more untapped opportunity than coordinated action in a market grappling with emerging imperatives for climate-related financial disclosure and integrating ESG measures.
  • Commercial ratepayers

    Few favours for commercial ratepayers in 2018

    Tax ratios for 11 of Canada's largest cities demonstrate that commercial ratepayers consistently carry a disproportionate share of the municipal property tax burden.

Hot Topics

  • productivity

    Transforming construction productivity

    For the last several decades, construction productivity has remained stagnant. This is primarily due to a lag in digitization.
  • ICMS standards

    Moving the ICMS standard forward in construction

    RICS, CIQS and CACQS held a joint information session about the International Construction Measurement Standards for reporting on construction projects.
  • Paul LaBranche legacy

    LaBranche legacy entrenched in BOMA BC

    Wrapping up a 25 year tenure with the Building Owners and Managers Association of British Columbia, soon-to-retire president, Paul LaBranche, characteristically looks through the lens of his organization's strategic plan to assess what he has accomplished.

Must Reads

  • Order of Canada

    KingSett’s Jon Love named to Order of Canada

    Governor General Julie Payette announced the honour just prior to Canada Day, with accompanying acknowledgement of Jon Love's business leadership and philanthropy.
  • Canada-U.S. trade war

    Real estate vulnerable to Canada-U.S. trade war

    High-rise development is expected to be the hardest hit real estate activity, but fallout across a wider range of consumer goods has potential negative implications for commercial warehouse and distribution facilities.
  • high-rise housing starts

    Will ‘ultra-high-rises’ cost more to maintain?

    The new crop of 'ultra-high-rise' condos rising in Toronto will be more complicated and consequently more costly to maintain, one engineer is warning.