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July 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 July 2023:

Flex office space: The next evolution, RENX
Edmonton's industrial market sees burst of sale, leasing activity, RENX
"Humanoid" sculptures are downtown Vancouver's latest public art installation, Daily Hive
Condos are coming for Toronto’s last affordable downtown pocket. What happens to the people living there?, Toronto Star 
Solar power starts to shine as a differentiator for commercial property owners, The Globe and Mail
Colliers to Announce Second Quarter Results on August 2, 2023, Ottawa Citizen
Happy Valley Road retail centre with daycare in amenity-starved south Langford nears construction start,
Edmonton industrial market sees flight to quality, Western Investor
Canadian developers slow to adopt construction technology: KPMG survey, The Globe and Mail
'Worst is over' for Vancouver office market: Colliers, Business in Vancouver
Thunder Bay Art Gallery Begins Construction, TBT News Hour
Conscious Collaboration: What's required to ensure the provision of safe drinking water in Canada's Indigenous communities?, Water Canada
We're going to see a slowdown in commercial real estate construction: Colliers' Adam Jacobs, BNN Bloomberg
'Worst is over': Downtown office vacancy rates showing signs of improvement, Financial Post
Office Vacancy Continues To Creep Up In Major Markets, Hits 5-Year High In Vancouver, STOREYS
Getting community facilities from carbon reduction to net-zero, Energy Manager Canada
Suburban office vacancy rates lower than downtown: Colliers, BNN Bloomberg
‘Pivotal’: Collingwood arts centre project moves into Phase 3, Collingwood Today
Sherbourne and Shuter Infill Plan Grows in Resubmission, Urban Toronto
Vancouver retail sector seeing lower vacancies, rising rents, Western Investor
Doug Ford’s compromising Ontario’s economic competitiveness with property assessment delay, business leaders warn, Toronto Star

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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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