Mario Toneguzzi

Mario Toneguzzi , Writer

Mario Toneguzzi, based in Calgary has 37 years of experience as a daily newspaper writer, columnist and editor. He worked for 35 years at the Calgary Herald covering sports, crime, politics, health, city and breaking news, and business. For 12 years as a business writer, his main beats were commercial and residential real estate, retail, small business and general economic news. He nows works on his own as a freelance writer and consultant in communications and media relations/training.

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Calgary's iconic Bow tower. BIZ Cenovus has 900,000 sq. ft. on Calgary sublease market

Mario Toneguzzi | Commercial | 2017-12-22
Calgary-based energy giant Cenovus has a staggering nearly one million square feet of office space on the sublease market, including...

The Calgary hotels market is about to be hit by a major influx of new buildings and rooms -- at a time when vacancy is up. ALT Hotels is one company building in the city. BIZ Glut of hotel rooms about to hit Calgary market

Mario Toneguzzi | Commercial | 2017-12-19
While construction in Calgary’s downtown office market has come to a virtual halt with only one building under construction, activity...

Mainstreet Equity Corp. founder and CEO Bob Dhillon. (Image courtesy Mainstreet) BIZ Mainstreet a ‘counter cyclical’ investor: CEO Bob Dhillon

Fresh off buying 641 apartment units in its first foray into the Regina market, Mainstreet Equity Corporation is setting its...

Lawyers Louise Campbell and Timothy O'Hara took advantage of Calgary's downtown office glut to move their firm into the core. BIZ Small businesses snap up downtown Calgary offices

Mario Toneguzzi | Commercial | 2017-12-07
Soaring vacancy and plunging leasing costs in Calgary’s downtown office market have opened the door for many companies to set...

Timbercreek chief investment officer Ugo Bizzarri says the company hopes to make more investments in Alberta multi-residential properties. BIZ Timbercreek buys six Calgary apartment buildings

Toronto-based Timbercreek Asset Management is eyeing the Alberta apartment rental market and is using the acquisition of six Calgary buildings...

Representatives of the housing industry say the federal National Housing Strategy is focused on social housing and low income earners, but does not do enough to address other affordability and supply problems. BIZ National Housing Strategy comes up short: Industry reps

The federal government’s National Housing Strategy doesn’t go far enough to meet the needs of a large group of Canadians...
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