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November 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 November 2022:

Colliers Reports Third Quarter Results, Ottawa Citizen

Opinion: Vancouver’s low office vacancy rate disguises empty offices, Western Investor

Metro investors cooling on region’s commercial strata, Business in Vancouver

‘Buy the dip’ in Penticton, Castanet

How a SkyTrain to UBC will benefit the Broadway Corridor, according to an expert, Daily Hive

Repairing and rebuilding PEI’s unprecedented commercial damage post-tropical storm Fiona, The Globe and Mail

Canary Wharf Banks Get Property Tax Cut, City Firms to Pay More, BNN Bloomberg

Surrey to build Canada’s largest medical technology centre, Westca

Senior board, exec additions at QuadReal, Four Seasons, CPP, Crombie…, RENX

Residential land still seeing eye-popping prices, Western Investor

“The devil is in the details”: Here’s what needs to happen to see Broadway become and urban hub, Daily Hive

Sandhu develops close to GTA home, but diversifies projects, RENX

Why Stacked Industrial is on the Rise in Vancouver, X99News

Holiday shopping trends, the impact of inflation, and a 2023 retail outlook with Jane Domenico, CP24

Outlook: multi-family rental buildings will attract big-ticket sales, Western Investor

Varcoe: West side story for downtown Calgary needs a big role for local players, Calgary Herald

Concordia daycare lease extended to 2025 as university backtracks on closure, Global News

Former Toronto Coach Terminal Site Moves Closer to Redevelopment, Storeys

Foot Traffic Up at Malls in Canada as Consumers Return to Brick-and-Mortar, Retail Insider

Real estate investors push for improved ESG measures in commercial property, The Globe and Mail

From streetcar garage to cultural hub, The Globe and Mail

‘Santa’s helpers’ put smiles on faces for Christmas, CTV News


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Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter:

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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