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Immobilier commercial Magazine

In solutions mode

The industry is in solution mode now, and several of its leaders are speaking on these pages to share with you their vision and the work accomplished recently. Must read.

What will future offices look like? Certainly, when all the buildings have to open their doors, several measures will transform the face of the working world. We offer you an interesting article on the subject, signed by journalist Anne-Marie Tremblay. Teleworking has its advantages, but beware, think about it, warns Marie-Hélène Côté, business psychologist and executive coach: "We have to assess the situation, not only with regard to the financial aspects, but also from a human point of view. "

The Courtiers d’exception chronicle presents this time two real estate broker aces, Patrice Groleau and Debby Doktorczyk, a shocking duo who have accumulated success with their three agencies. All this, in addition to your favorite chronicles, which deal with several subjects of interest!

Maintenance immobilière Magazine

Audit guide for office buildings

The Maintenance immobilière magazine offers you an issue largely devoted to the checks that are required in office buildings, when more occupants are returning to work. This is in addition to other guides available online. There will never be too much information available to help you under the current circumstances. We would also like to thank BOMA Canada, which kindly allowed us to use information from its own guide, to which we have added original texts, relating to the situation and regulations in Quebec.

Also, in this issue, an excellent article by our collaborator Brigitte Dupuis on the contribution of the operator in integrated design and another article which deals with innovation, signed by a new columnist, Yvon Rudolphe, of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Chair from the school of management of UQAM.

Champions de la construction Magazine

The 2020 ranking of construction champions

To establish this annual list published by Champions de la construction for 10 years this year, the CCQ uses the number of hours worked the previous year. As you know, the construction industry is very competitive, the entrepreneurs who are among the first are true champions!

COVID-19 has of course caused a shock wave in all sectors of our economy, and the construction sector has not escaped it. In these pages, Mélanie Ferland, Head of Research Practice, Strategy and Project Portfolio Directorate at the CCQ, tells us that 1.8 million hours were lost for the month of March alone. However, when you read Suzanne Gagné's report on the construction industry and the pandemic, you will see that the industry has managed to stick together.

We also invite you to read the article on real estate and technology written by Andrée De Serres, notably holder of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Chair in Real Estate (ESG UQAM), which our readers of Immobilier commercial magazine know well.

Finally, we are pleased to present our annual dossier dedicated to the roofing industry and to the Association des Maîtres Couvreurs du Québec (AMCQ).

Villes d’avenir Collection
Montréal Economic Powerhouse

Montréal: European city in America!

On the economic front, the next few years look particularly promising for Montréal. But beyond the figures and statistics, I am convinced, the metropolis will remain this unique city where it is good to live, study, work, raise a family and party. Human, multicultural and open to the world, Montréal is more than ever a European city in America!

The 2020 edition of Montréal Economic Powerhouse gives an important place to the east of the city, a sector with lots to develop and a nearby workforce that offers significant economic growth potential. To discuss it, journalist Johanne Landry met with the mayor of the Rivière-des-Prairies - Pointe-aux-Trembles borough and responsible for eastern Montréal files, as well as the director of the City's Economic Development Service.

With its four universities and other higher education institutions, Montréal is a city of knowledge. It therefore seemed natural that the administration of Mayor Valérie Plante should forge closer ties with the education community; a reflection led to the establishment of three axes of intervention, from which flowed several projects in partnership with educational establishments. This is what journalist Gabrielle Brassard-Lecours tells us in this issue. 

Other subjects of great interest enrich this issue: real estate and mobility, to ensure sustainable and inclusive development in urban areas; the visibility of Greater Montréal with its delegation to MIPIM; the city's real estate offer for foreign investors; the employment integration of newcomers, among others. Certainly, the themes treated this year reflect the reality and the challenges that Montréal must face in order to remain this welcoming and economically prosperous city.

Villes d’avenir Collection
Le Québec économique Edition

The annual edition of the collection Villes d’avenir, Le Québec économique is now available, for the 9th consecutive year. It provides an excellent description of the major issues facing municipalities across Quebec, from taxation and finances to mobility, mass transit and economic development. A portrait of ten magnificent Quebec villages is also included in this issue, which made its début at the annual conference of the Union of Quebec Municipalities, held this year in Gatineau.

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