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Public relations – often misunderstood and under appreciated

Public relations is a critical yet often overlooked function in organizations, probably because it often the most misunderstood function among C-suite executives.

In praise of modular construction

As we look for ways to pick up the pace of new home construction in the GTA, modular and prefabricated housing are an important start to solving the supply problem.

Blackline keeps getting better

From initial presentations, to unit allocation, analytics, and even closing the sale, Blackline does it all.

Developers have a new motto, ‘location, experience, analytics,’ and Blackline is...

It's true that an exceptional location will never go out of style, but today's buyers want more than just a great address.

Provincial move to pilot new technologies is positive step for housing...

We really need to step up our game and improve the development approvals process, and the new $500-million Ontario Onwards Acceleration Fund is a step in the right direction.

Bill 229 – Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act

The Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy has replaced the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance program. For commercial tenants and landlords, here's what you need to know.

Why betting on Toronto is a good idea

The short-term challenges of COVID-19 notwithstanding, Toronto remains an attractive place to live and a viable investment.

The virtues of going virtual – and being unforgettable at it

Everyone is going virtual these days, but not all experiences are memorable for the right reasons. Here's how you can marry high tech and high touch – while accentuating the user experience.

Speeding up approvals processes essential to post-COVID-19 recovery

As we emerge from under the dark cloud and uncertainty of COVID-19, municipalities must speed up the process of change into a digital world so homebuilding can kick-start the economy.

Latest CMHC actions hit homebuyers when they’re down

No matter how well intended, CMHC's latest round of changes to mortgage regulations make it more difficult for Canadian homebuyers – particularly first-timers.