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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. Commercial electricity customers mull decision
Many owners/managers of larger commercial buildings will soon have to make a first-time decision about joining Ontario's Industrial Conservation Initiative (ICI). With the threshold for eligibility now reduced to a monthly peak demand of 1 megawatt (MW), energy management specialists advise most office towers in the range of 350,000 square feet would meet ICI entry requirements.
 
2. Retail leader buckles down on EV range anxiety
Cadillac Fairview is ramping up its national electric vehicle charging program that will add 45 networked chargers at 15 major shopping centres across Canada, with some regions welcoming universal fast chargers for the first time.
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3. Reliable Elevators Act passes second reading
A private member’s bill proposing time limits for elevator repairs passed second reading at the Ontario legislature last month.
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4. Problematic market conditions persist: CMHC
Although conditions in Canada’s housing markets are showing some signs of improvement, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation is still holding the official overall rating of the country’s housing market at “strong evidence of problematic conditions.”
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5. Hotel Group invests in Falcon Crest Lodge
Falcon Crest Lodge is re-launching on May 15, 2017 after a $3 million refurbishment. Located five minutes from Banff, Falcon Crest Lodge is part of a Rocky Mountain portfolio of luxury hotels operated by Clique Hotels and Resorts.
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