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The Rebirth Of General Growth Properties
In November 2011, General Growth brought in a new CFO, Michael Berman, formerly of resort community REIT Equity LifeStyle Properties Inc. (NYSE: ELS) and Merrill Lynch, now a unit of Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC). He replaced Steve Douglas, ...
Dragon's Den star reveals why he's still bullish on real estate
While he is becoming more of a household name as one of the dragons on TV's Dragon's Den and has a venture capital firm helping smaller entrepreneurs, you might not necessarily think of Bruce Croxon as a real estate investor. And yet, while living in ...
Vancouver unveils plan to replace viaducts with 'super road', more housing
The plan has yet to be approved, and the planners will bring back a final version within months, but the general proposal received thumbs up from both Vision Vancouver and Non-Partisan Association councillors.
BP back in growth mode, eyes oil sands
“What we see is that Canada is a major energy supplier to the world,” said the economist and 17-year BP veteran who took over BP's top job in the country in April, after holding general management positions in Houston and helping out with the spill ...
Media questions to Brad Wall, Pat Fiacco, Roger Brandvold
That's why the facility fee is so important, to reduce the burden on the property-tax payers. Just to put it in perspective for everyone … the facility fee for those 10 days (of games per year) actually pays for that facility.
Closure of Riverview Hospital marks end of era in mental health treatment
When Riverview Hospital first opened its doors in May 1913, it was called The Hospital for the Mind, a home to 340 patients - all male - who were suffering from some form of insanity.
Vancouver theatre community takes on the Prime Minister
Will the prime minister sue a group of Vancouver actors on Sunday? Practically every theatre company in the city has joined together to mount a staged reading of a satirical play —Proud - that Toronto's Tarragon theatre chose not to present after a ...
Lawrence Krauss: The Large Hadron Collider helps science do a quantum leap
I say candidates, because so far each of the two major LHC experimental collaborations has claimed to discover a new particle with properties consistent with the other, and consistent with the general predictions of the standard model, which suggests ...
Nexen bid part of China's plan to become resources powerhouse
China is taking a historic step toward its ambition to become a global resources powerhouse with a $15.1-billion (U.S.) bid to buy Calgary-based oil producer Nexen Inc. The bid by state-backed CNOOC Ltd. is the largest by a Chinese firm for a foreign ...
Canucks considered offer sheet to Shea Weber
The Canucks ultimately decided that any offer they made to Weber would almost certainly be matched by the Predators, who just lost their other top defenceman, Ryan Suter, to the Minnesota Wild.