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1. MLSE scores goal with BMO Field makeover
BMO Field, home to the Toronto FC, hosted the celebration of two goals on the TFC’s home opener May 7. One was the point scored by Tsubasa Endoh that netted the Major League Soccer (MLS) team a 1-0 win over FC Dallas. The other was the completion of the sports venue’s two-year, $150-million transformation in time for the season’s kickoff.
2. Ontario opens way to inclusionary zoning
New inclusionary zoning legislation could give Ontario municipalities the power to require that builders include affordable housing units in all new builds.
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3. Canada's first LBC Petal Certified projects
Burnaby’s SFU UniverCity Childcare Centre and the Vancouver VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitors Centre [pictured above] are Canada’s first Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal Certified projects.
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4. Montreal real estate plans bridge two firms
Claridge and Ivanhoé Cambridge are teaming up to invest alongside private property developers in mid-sized real estate projects based in Montreal.
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5. Toronto's luxury real estate market on the rise
Toronto is the world’s second-hottest market for luxury real estate, following Auckland, New Zealand. Victoria, B.C. came in at third place.
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