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Ottawa judge approves eviction order for The United People of Canada

Canoe 24 Sep 2022
Ottawa judge approves eviction order for The United People of Canada Back to video. In a decision released Friday, Superior Court Justice Sally Gomery granted the landlord’s application to terminate the lease of The United People of Canada (TUPOC), a group with links to the self-described “Freedom Convoy” that besieged downtown Ottawa in February.
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Trinity absorbs Grand Haven health system

Crains Detroit Business 20 Sep 2022
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it is structured as a member substitution, where North Ottawa operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trinity but its business operations, licensures, working capital and leases remain with the subsidiary ... Trinity and North Ottawa have been bedfellows for some time.
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Catherine McKenney: I will be Ottawa’s champion — including for our small businesses

Ottawa Business Journal 15 Sep 2022
As mayor, I will be Ottawa’s champion-in-chief, including for our local business community ... Some 65 per cent of the tenant base in Ottawa is leased by public service entities that, during the pandemic and beyond, are more inclined to permit employees to work from home or a hybrid model.
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Cannabis retailer Superette granted court protection from creditors

North Shore News 06 Sep 2022
Superette operates out of six leased retail locations in Toronto and Ottawa and has one additional retail location that is ...
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Shipbuilding delays force Ottawa to spend $187M to extend lease on navy supply ship

CTV 27 Aug 2022
Ottawa is forking over another $187 million to add two years to its lease of a converted civilian ship the navy has been using as a temporary supply vessel while it waits for permanent replacements to finally arrive ... .
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East Millinocket gets help from the Maine Guard to demolish parts of its mill site

Bangor Daily News 27 Jul 2022
Portland startup Standard Biocarbon initially signed a lease in February 2021 to open a factory on the former site that would produce biochar, a fertilizer alternative, from wood chips through a process called pyrolysis ... Another company, Logistics Management Systems, leases the mill’s warehouse to store paper and lumber.
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Ottawa remains 'beacon' for office investors, industry execs say in wake of major sales

Ottawa Business Journal 18 Jul 2022
Its six current holdings in Ottawa include a pair of office towers at 340 and 360 Laurier Ave ... Long-term lease ... True North is buying the building “for the value of the lease, really,” said the director of office leasing at Ottawa-based Colonnade BridgePort, which previously managed the property ... “(Ottawa) is sort of like the beacon in a way,” he said.
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New shipbuilding delay leaves Canada reliant on allies, civilian ship to supply navy

Castanet 01 Jul 2022
While the initial five-year lease agreement between Ottawa and Davie for the MV Asterix was launched in January 2018 and due to expire next year, officials said the government is now negotiating an extension.
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TCI Transportation Again Named to G75 List for Best Green Supply Chain Partners

Eagle-Tribune 23 Jun 2022
Additionally, as an authorized dealer of Kalmar Ottawa, TCI offers electric yard tractors for purchase and lease ... About TCI Transportation ... While continually expanding to offer everything from leasing and maintenance to global logistics and dedicated transport, the company's values have remained unchanged ... Media Contact. ... flynnr@TCI-leasing.com ... .
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Top tips for subleasing, relocating, and redesigning your office for hybrid work

Ottawa Business Journal 19 Jun 2022
Strong leasing activity at the end of 2021 created this momentum, but between the Omicron variant, followed by the trucker convoy that besieged Ottawa’s downtown core, it was short-lived to say the least ... Ottawa office and leader of the firm's National Commercial Leasing Group.
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Veteran broker Zunder's Decathlon Commercial Realty joins forces with Vancouver-based CDNGLOBAL

Ottawa Business Journal 01 Jun 2022
A well-known name in Ottawa commercial real estate is rebranding after joining a Canada-wide brokerage network in a bid to tap into new sources of business ... Zunder said he’s also hoping to work with CDNGLOBAL’s Montreal office to cultivate more development and leasing opportunities on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River.
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Canada's economic growth slows down in April

Beijing News 31 May 2022
Notable decreases were recorded in the real estate and rental and leasing, finance and insurance, manufacturing and construction sectors. OTTAWA, May 31 (Xinhua) -- Canada's economic ...
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Minto Apartment REIT posts net income of $34.6M in Q1 as economy rebounds, rental demand grows

Ottawa Business Journal 06 May 2022
Big gains on new leases. “We achieved significant gains on the new leases that we signed in the quarter despite the surge in the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and local challenges in Ottawa with the truckers’ occupation of the downtown core.”. Minto said it signed 401 new leases in ...
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People on the Move: Jennifer Cross welcomes the chance to reimagine the office space

Ottawa Business Journal 06 May 2022
“I just think this is such an interesting time in business and in our personal lives as we reimagine what working means to us,” said Cross, 49, in an interview to discuss becoming the new business development manager in Ottawa for the commercial interior office construction firm.
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Ikea to sell off part of Pinecrest Shopping Centre in bid to streamline assets

Ottawa Business Journal 27 Apr 2022
Ottawa retail expert Barry Nabatian said he’s not surprised the furniture-hawking powerhouse – which operates more than 400 stores around the world and rang up sales of US$45 billion last year – is opting to jettison the mall and surrounding property ... Nico Zentil, CBRE Ottawa’s ...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with the heads of delegations to the 18th meeting of the Conference of Heads of Security and Intelligence Agencies of the Commonwealth of Independent States members via videoconference at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
AP / Gavriil Grigorov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo
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