Associa selected to manage waterfront condo

Associa MRCM has been awarded the management contract for Grand Harbour, part of Etobicoke’s Landmark Waterfront condominium community.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

ISS aims to put ‘human touch’ into buildings

ISS, a global provider of facility services, has signed a commercial agreement with IBM to use its Watson IoT platform, consulting and advanced facilities management
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

C&W Services joins Global Workforce Initiative

C&W Services has become the IFMA Foundation’s first charter member to make a five-year commitment to fund its Global Workforce Initiative. The initiative’s purpose is
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Building Strategies & Sustainability

Case study: tenants are the key to saving energy

Oxford Properties has launched an engagement campaign to teach its tenants energy conservation techniques.
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Canadian Property Management

The rise of open-air shopping in Canada

Canada has seen a surge in open-air shopping development, particularly in the outlet sector. Analysts expect this trend to heat up even more.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Five change management strategies to remember

What are change management strategies that leaders can use to transition a business to a desired future state? Meredith Thatcher explains.


Five tips for struggling condo corporations

Five tips for newly-elected directors trying to put a struggling condominium back on track.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Becoming a chief facilities officer

The new 'CFO' position can play an integral role in identifying how an organization’s physical assets and environment can support its goals.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Change in the workplace is a process not an event

When launching a significant change initiative, one of the biggest mistakes management makes is to view it as an event that happens at a single point in time. Accepting and then embracing change is a process, not an event.