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Ottawa considers investing in Montreal rail network
The Canadian government is eager to consider joining Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec in investing in a new...
Cap markets veteran Kevill Joins AY
John Kevill, a capital markets veteran who helped build Eastdil Secured into the D.C. metro area’s top performing brokerage, has...
Burnaby seeks to make a downtown out of Metrotown
Metrotown’s sterility may be rooted in the fact the neighbourhood is literally named after a 1960s urban planning term. When...
Notorious Montreal landlord’s buildings sold
The family of notorious Montreal landlord Claudio Di Giambattista, who died in December, has sold three of the apartment buildings...
Beedie proposes revised Vancouver development
The Beedie Group is hoping it’s third time lucky with a controversial development proposal for Vancouver’s Chinatown. But it may be...
Taking a peak at Pan Am condos
“Welcome to my home,” says Hanley Koo, grinning widely as he strolls into his new digs at Canary District Condos,...
BIZ New NECB to create more energy-efficient buildings
New buildings in Canada will become more energy-efficient with the introduction of some 90 changes to the National Energy Code...
BIZ Small investors powering green revolution: CoPower
The biggest obstacle to the greening of Canada’s commercial real estate portfolio isn’t technology, infrastructure or government approvals. It’s money. ...
BIZ Green building employs more than oil, gas extraction: Study
The Canadian green building industry has experienced exponential growth and now employs more people than oil and gas extraction, mining,...