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    Added demands of COVID-19 haven’t necessarily come with a commensurate boost in earnings for a workforce among the minority of Ontario employees exempt from a mandated minimum wage.
  • employees absorb most home workspace costs

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    More than one third of survey respondents report no per-employee allocation has been established for the home workspaces where it’s projected staff will spend at least 42 per cent of their formal work hours well into 2021.
  • Pointe Claire Mall

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    Cadillac Fairview is one step closer to transforming Montreal’s Pointe Claire Mall on West Island into a bustling new downtown core, connected to the city by transit.
  • Canadian researchers among 25 global Green Talents

    Canadian researchers among global Green Talents

    Germany’s federal Ministry of Education and Research has named 25 Green Talents for 2020, chosen from an international field of scholars in the early stages of careers in sustainability sciences.
  • 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.

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    It is critical that FMs be part of a back-to-work strategy to voice their ideas, suggestions and areas for improvement that can all be applied going forward.
  • energy retrofits

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    A promised $2 billion investment in large-scale building retrofits will be central to the Canadian government’s job creation ambitions. Energy efficiency champions have plenty of ideas of how and where the funds could be best leveraged.
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    The lack of students to fill rental units near universities and colleges has Montreal student housing landlords looking for alternate solutions.

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