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1. GTA apartment transactions down from 2015
According to the latest market report from JLL’s Multi-Residential Advisory Group, 2016 apartment transactions in the GTA decreased by 36 per cent, with sales totalling $594 despite only having 27 per cent fewer suites than last year (4,605 vs. 3,764). In 2015, the first three quarters saw $809 million in total apartment sales.
2. A facility addition with surgical precision
Adding an unconventional new wing to the Chinook Regional Hospital in Lethbridge, Alberta was a five-year, $127-million project that revitalized the traditionally styled healthcare facility.
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3. Proposed energy code changes target glass boxes
Fewer glass towers will be appearing in Canadian skylines if proposed changes to the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) are adopted.
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4. New plans for mixed-use project Le Phare de Quebec
Groupe Dallaire has unveiled new plans for Le Phare de Québec, a mixed-use development that will be built on Boulevard Laurier and focused around a dynamic public square.
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5. Half of Canadians expected to shop Black Friday deals
More than half of Canadians say they plan to do online or cross-border shopping for U.S. retail deals on Black Friday. This is a big increase from last year when the dollar was lower and about two-thirds of Canadians chose to shop locally.
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