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1. Vancouver developers to pursue zero emissions
Publicly owned rental housing will be thrust into the role of demonstrating how greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Vancouver’s building stock can be significantly reduced. However, the city’s newly adopted Zero Emissions Building Plan (ZEBP) ultimately demands similar results from all types of new development, with the goal of entirely eliminating emissions by 2030.
2. Modular builds could ease housing shortages
Cities that are facing housing shortages should push for more instances of modular construction to increase options for potential homebuyers and tenants.
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3. "The Walter" in Kitchener breaks ground
The McGillivray Group, in partnership with Zehr Group and Vanguard Developments, announced the ground breaking of “The Walter,” a new residential development in mid-town Kitchener, Ontario.
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4. Electric landscaping project a first in Canada
Meadowvale North Business Park, a 170-acre commercial property in Mississauga, Ontario, launches Canada’s largest all-electric landscaping project.
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5. Omni King Edward Hotel to restore iconic ballroom
The Crystal Ballroom in Toronto’s historic Omni King Edward Hotel, once the "it" place to be, will undergo a $6.5 million restoration beginning August 2016.
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