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    Update on Toronto’s renovictions bylaw

    Toronto's proposed renovictions bylaw is one step closer to passing after it was unanimously approved by the planning and housing committee on June 13th.
  • Ample revenue sources on municipal wish list

    Ample revenue sources on municipal wish list

    The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is proposing a new fiscal framework that's less reliant of property tax and better tailored to the complex demands local governments face.
  • Grocery store lease clauses under scrutiny

    Grocery store lease clauses under scrutiny

    Canada’s Competition Bureau is investigating whether dominant grocery retailers are using exclusivity clauses and restrictive covenants to improperly curtail rival businesses.

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    A transparent need for data strategies

    Based on self-reporting, many of the commercial real estate firms subject to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s pending climate-related disclosure rules are grappling with how they will comply.
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    Plastic chemicals face growing scrutiny

    The United Nations Environment Assembly adopted a resolution on March 2, 2022, to end plastic pollution by 2040.
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    Promise of safe haven woos foreign investors

    Foreign investors contemplating Canada’s multifamily market may see more theoretical than actual opportunity, given the current scarcity of available product.

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    Capital gains tax adjustment unnerves CRE

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    As housing affordability and climate concerns continue to reach crisis levels, micro units are emerging as a promising, low-cost solution thanks to innovative design concepts improving interior efficiencies.
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    Manitoba security system purchasers to get rebate

    The Manitoba government is delivering on an election campaign promise to provide a $300 rebate on the purchase of a business or home security system.