• Throne Speech pledges to build back better from COVID-19

    Throne Speech pledges to build back better

    Infrastructure investment and climate risk mitigation are key to the Canadian government’s goal to create one million jobs and rebound from the economic slump of COVID-19.
  • national childcare

    Feds promise national childcare system

    Childcare advocates are celebrating what they see as a bold course of action and are looking forward to seeing this Throne Speech pledge fulfilled.
  • M City

    Tallest tower in Mississauga’s M City begins ascent

    The building’s design allows for an extensive amenity pavilion that includes an indoor pool and gymnasium, with views of the neighbouring park.
  • Virtual World Tax Summit will emanate from Montreal, Oct 13-15

    Virtual World Tax Summit to emanate from Montreal

    More than 100 speakers will participate in the sixth annual conference, bringing together multi-sectoral perspectives on international tax competition and cooperation.
  • diverse expertise

    Industry resource promotes diverse expertise

    Developers of the European database, Women Talk Real Estate, are exploring demand for a similar resource to leverage insight from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic (BAME) professionals.
  • plastic waste glut attributed to China's ban on imports

    Plastic waste glut could fuel innovation

    A new report projects the market for polymer recycling could reach USD $162 billion by 2030, but investment will be required to improve sorting and reduce contamination.

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  • 15-minute city

     ‘15-minute city’ making a comeback

    As urban planners re-evaluate the way our cities were designed through the lens of today’s health and wellness needs, the concept of 'the 15-minute city' is making a comeback.
  • CECRA now closed to new applications for commercial rent relief

    CECRA now closed to new applicants

    With the August 31 deadline for first-time applications for Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) now passed, the three-month program that evolved into five months of relief is closed to new recipients.
  • freeze rents

    Ontario announces plan to freeze rents

    Rental housing sector responds to Ontario's announcement that it intends to freeze rents in 2021, a move that has blindsided the industry.

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