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April ICYMI: Colliers in the News

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Welcome back to our monthly Colliers Canada ICYMI series, a one-stop-shop for top articles featuring our industry experts, trending thought-leadership pieces, and much more.
Check out our Colliers in the News round-up for everything you may have missed in April 2023:
Canada’s downtown office vacancy rate hits 19 per cent as workers embrace remote work, The Globe and Mail 
Businesses bracing for impact of Nordstrom’s Vancouver exit, Business in Vancouver
Finding my job was like finding a unicorn: How to translate passion into your best career, The Globe and Mail
Why Canadian tech companies are keeping up the perks in a season of cuts, The Logic 
Blinded by billions: A look at spending in social housing in British Columbia, Business in Vancouver
We All Want to Work Remotely, but It’s Making Us Lonely, Canadian Business Magazine
I can’t maintain work-life balance, so now everyone gets all of me some of the time, The Globe and Mail
Canada’s record population growth signals opportunities for CRE, RENX
Brookfield buys Montreal-area industrial property for $88M, RENX 
B.C. employers, business owners navigate the new hybrid work norm, Business in Vancouver 
Lakefront B.C. lodge built by ‘Timber Kings’ on sale for less than $2M, CTV News 
First Capital REIT sells Toronto’s Hazleton Hotel and three other properties, The Globe and Mail 
More than 100 DTES homeless will move to South Granville tower, Business in Vancouver 
A little help please: Why mentors matter so much for future female leaders, The Globe and Mail 
How to shut down mansplaining at work. Plus, returning to the office after disability leave, The Globe and Mail 
Does Your Boss Make You Feel Valued? Employee Recognition Programs Can Fix That, Canadian Business Magazine
Employee resource groups boost employee engagement: Study, Canadian HR Reporter
Ditch the day off for volunteering and ‘voluntelling.’ There’s a better way for employees to make an impact, The Globe and Mail
Does your boss make you feel valued? Employee recognition programs can fix that Canadian Business Magazine

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Pamela Smith

Communications Manager | Canada

Vancouver - Oceanic Plaza

Pamela is a contract employee at Colliers (Dec. 2018 - Jan. 2020) covering national communications for Michelle Santos (on maternity leave). Pamela handles the communications and PR programs for Colliers International in Canada, project manages national initiatives and campaigns and is a writing coach and resource to Colliers' marketing teams across the country.

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