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May 2023

Canada’s Road to Resilience: A Look at Evolving Climate Risk Policies & Practices

Increasingly, climate risk considerations play a crucial role in commercial real estate transactions. As new policies emerge, owners, developers, lenders, and other stakeholders are being asked to evaluate and disclose physical climate risks for specific properties.

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Industry News

Ontario prepares to go big on nuclear, with demand for electricity poised to soar

Sep 28, 2023 - Demand for electricity across Canada is forecast to double in the next 25 years, and all the signs from Ontario Premier Doug Ford's government indicate that nuclear energy will supply the biggest portion of the province's additional power needs.


Climate Risk ushers in a new science for real estate investing

Sep 28, 2023 - As the world heats up at an alarming pace, today's private real estate investors must now factor an array of climate-related risks into their decision making, from asset obsolescence in the face of mounting sustainability priorities, to the rise of natural disasters and extreme weather.


Government of Canada makes transformative investments to clean up and protect the Bay of Quinte and other areas of the Great Lakes

Sep 28, 2023 - The Great Lakes contain almost 20 percent of the world’s surface fresh water and are the source of drinking water for 8.5 million Canadians.