During this uncertain time, Colliers Canada remains operational, available and ready to assist you with your real estate and business needs. We are fortunate to have the platform and technology in place that allow us to work from home and keep our employees both safe and productive. You can find on this page valuable insights on how COVID-19 is impacting commercial real estate, as well as useful information on managing your property or business and supporting your tenants or employees through these unprecedented circumstances. 

Implications for Canadian Commercial Real Estate
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a wide range of impact on political, social and economic infrastructure. Within the Canadian Commercial Real Estate (CRE) sector, investors, landlords and occupiers are all assessing impacts, adjusting operations, and building and executing contingency plans to support their people and their businesses.
Latest News & Research

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Provincial & Municipal Property Tax Developments during the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Colliers COVID-19 Supply Chain Update.
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Harnessing Downtime in the Distribution Centre

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Best practices
Best practices for Occupiers as the impacts of COVID-19 continue to escalate.
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12 Ways to Work Remotely During COVID-19
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Impacts CRE in the Pacific Northwest Because of a Strong Trade Relationship with China

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Your construction project
To help your organization better identify and understand how COVID-19 might affect your current or planned construction project, we have prepared a new Client Advisory Bulletin. It is important to be prepared for potential real property project risks associated with the virus, such as material and schedule delays.