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Canadian vehicle market

Canadian Apartment Magazine

The changing Canadian vehicle market

The Canadian vehicle market is changing at a rapid pace, with the projected sales for electric vehicles (EVs) forecast to rise dramatically to align with Canada's goals.
Hwisel EV

CondoBusiness

Preparing for the EV Onslaught

The days of sitting back and waiting to see how Canadians embrace the electric vehicle (EV) movement are over. Let Hwisel EV help you prepare.
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CondoBusiness

Electric ride-sharing is the newest condo amenity

Residents of a freshly built mid-rise in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto have a fleet of electric vehicles waiting for them to use, whether that’s for a trip around town, a weekend getaway to the cottage or visiting family out-of-province.
CAT

CondoBusiness

The CAT’s elusive middle ground

How fast is too fast to bring an enforcement matter to the Condominium Authority Tribunal of Ontario (the CAT).
EV

CondoBusiness

Plugging into the future of EV charging

New buildings are subject to laws and regulations, which require them to be compatible with EVCs.
First Capital REIT resolves dispute with activist unit-holders

Canadian Property Management

Matching public-private funds go to EV chargers

Commercial parking providers are increasingly seeing the equipment as a strategic lure for the growing numbers of EV owners who are looking for charging facilities.
State of good repair lags in Toronto

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Toronto parking fines surpass 2021 projections

There was a 144 per cent spike in violations for parking on municipal property without consent, with nearly 95,000 tickets issued in 2021 versus about 39,000 in 2020.
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REMI Network

New parking standard eases condo construction costs

In a move that will ultimately reduce building costs and GHG emissions, Toronto city council ditched most requirements for new residential developments to provide a minimum number of parking spaces.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Leveraging your parking during lease-up

Jeremy Zuker, co-founder of WhereiPark, offers effective ways to make use of your empty parking stalls during the lease-up period and beyond.
Parking space pressure is a long-time issue at Regina General Hospital

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Parking space pressure spikes at Regina hospital

Saskatchewan's Health Minister has called for a feasibility study into a new parkade that would be privately built, owned and managed.

Canadian Property Management

Parking rates in Toronto’s Green P parking facilities increase

According to the Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) parking rates in Green P lots across the city are increasing, starting this month.
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REMI Network

IPI renamed International Parking & Mobility Institute

The International Parking Institute (IPI), the world’s largest association of parking professionals, has changed its name to the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI).
JLL Canada Adam Kilburn

Canadian Property Management

Board counters Parkit c-suite offence

The president and chief executive officer of Vancouver-based Parkit Enterprises has been expelled from the company's board of directors for challenging its membership and structure.
REMI

Building Strategies & Sustainability

Sustainable mobility fits with green buildings

GBCI's acquisition of the Green Garage Certification program is expected to broaden the reach of the rating system for the design and operation of parking structures.
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REMI Network

Creating a context for sustainable parking

The green building revolution has spurred designers and builders to incorporate sustainable design into many types of buildings, but some have garnered less attention than others.

CondoBusiness

Accommodating electric vehicles in condos

Installing electric vehicle-charging stations during construction is straightforward, but retrofitting existing properties can be a challenge.
Snow

CondoBusiness

Snow removal tips for rooftop parking

When working on winter maintenance and snow removal, managers and workers can take effective steps to prevent undue property damage.