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The goal of the task force’s work was to identify challenges to housing supply, and thus attainability for individuals and families across the income spectrum. Improving the process for approval of development projects, and the citizen participation element of the process, are two critical elements addressed by this report. The sustainability of the region’s economic health relies on an adequate supply of housing that workers can afford. Without a range of housing types, sizes, and price points, the region is unlikely to continue to attract and retain the employment base necessary to support continued economic growth.i A healthy, attainable housing market has been found to bring other benefits as well, including improved government finances, increased expenditures at local businesses, and lower infrastructure and service delivery costs.

OTHER LIVE WEBINARS

Virtual CID Commercial Real Estate Roundtable & Forecast for 2022

January 27, 2022 | 8:30 PM IST

Join us for our first Commercial & Investment Division (CID) event of the year, featuring a round table discussion on the current state of commercial real estate in our region and economic forecast for 2022.
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Real Estate Tokenization End-to-End Consultancy

February 16, 2022 | 7:30 PM IST

"Real Estate Tokenization End-to-End Consultancy" is a Webinar in the Free Webinar Series: Real Estate Tokenization in Practice organized by DigiShares, which will take place on January 19, 2022.
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Investing In Real Estate In 2022

January 27, 2022 | 7:00 AM IST

What does real estate investing look like in 2022? Join us for a night of networking and education as we get ready for a great year in real estate investing in Western Canada.
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Damage Calculations in Canadian Intellectual Property Litigation

January 27, 2022 | 8:30 PM IST

This webinar discusses the key aspects of damage calculations in Canadian Intellectual Property Litigation. In particular, it addresses the role of the “non-infringing alternative” in assessing damages and an accounting of profits in Canadian patent cases. This doctrine permits an infringer to argue that it would have been able to compete with the patentee as well, or almost as well, by using a non-infringing alternative, so that damages (or the profit to be disgorged) may be reduced, in some cases to zero. The webinar will show how the doctrine is based in traditional principles of “but for” causation; illustrate its application in some of the leading case; discuss some of the main objections; and discuss some of the fine points that have been emerged from the Canadian caselaw.
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Spotlight

The goal of the task force’s work was to identify challenges to housing supply, and thus attainability for individuals and families across the income spectrum. Improving the process for approval of development projects, and the citizen participation element of the process, are two critical elements addressed by this report. The sustainability of the region’s economic health relies on an adequate supply of housing that workers can afford. Without a range of housing types, sizes, and price points, the region is unlikely to continue to attract and retain the employment base necessary to support continued economic growth.i A healthy, attainable housing market has been found to bring other benefits as well, including improved government finances, increased expenditures at local businesses, and lower infrastructure and service delivery costs.

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