CPM September 2018 FINAL LR

Message from our Editor:
Commercial real estate drives the economy as an employer and purchaser of goods and services; it backstops the economy as an investment asset class; and it literally houses a vast portion of global economic activity.
Canadian Property Management drills into and draws connections between each of these key functions — exploring how the buildings sector coexists with a fragile environment and its multidisciplinary workforce navigates an evolving society.
BarbsmallBarbara Carss, Editor-in-Chief - Canadian Property Management

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Commercial real estate leaders have been recognized for their efforts to reduce energy consumption at a special awards ceremony.

Cominar has confirmed the closing of its $1.14 billion sale of its non-core market property portfolio to Slate Acquisitions Inc.

Peak Demand Report Cards Imminent in Ontario Thursday, 15 March 2018 15:41

Peak Demand Report Cards Imminent in Ontario

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Many larger commercial electricity customers in Ontario are awaiting their first peak demand report cards, due to be delivered by May 31. Instead of a grade point average, though, they’ll receive a mathematical factor to calculate their share of the bucket of costs known as the global adjustment (GA) for the 12 months beginning July 1.

Building Energy Benchmarking Pays Off Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:45

Building Energy Benchmarking Pays Off

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In order for energy use to be effectively managed, it must first be measured and understood. Local governments and property owners all across British Columbia want large buildings to be required to track their energy and water consumption, and to report this data to the province every year.

Energy Storage Enables Low-Carbon Power Tuesday, 26 September 2017 16:15

Energy Storage Enables Low-Carbon Power

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Energy storage is tagged as the key enabler for any comprehensive transition to a renewable electricity supply. Storage will be essential to ensure stable voltage as sun- and wind-dependent generation flows into or subsides from the grid at unpredictable rates, while the ability to capture...

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