Vancouver, BC, November 20, 2020--In a year of unprecedented upheaval and transformation, CBRE's new Scoring Canadian Tech Talent ranking shows that Canada's top tech markets were largely unfazed by the pandemic, with Toronto once again taking the No. 1 spot followed by Ottawa, Vancouver, Waterloo Region and Montreal.
Vancouver, BC, December 4, 2019--oronto is tops for Canadian tech talent, having added an extraordinary 80,100 tech jobs between 2013 and 2018 (54% growth), far outpacing the nation's other leading tech centres. Ottawa, Vancouver, Waterloo Region and Montreal round out the Top 5 in CBRE's Scoring Canadian Tech Talent Report. But while larger tech talent markets continue to dominate, Canada's smaller markets have been making big strides.
Vancouver, BC, November 1, 2019--CBRE announced in a news release this week that despite global instability, the Vancouver commercial real estate market has been punching above its weight. Record-low office and industrial vacancy has led to steadily rising rents, and domestic and global capital is descending on the West Coast in pursuit of long-term growth opportunities.
Vancouver, BC, February 5, 2018--This spring, PCI Developments and Low Tide Properties will open the first of many new office developments to be launched in False Creek Flats, according a news release issued by CBRE.
Vancouver, BC, November 24, 2017--The Waterloo Region is Canada's fastest growing tech talent market, having grown by almost two thirds over the last five years, while Toronto led in terms of the absolute growth of its tech labour pool. According to CBRE's 2017 Scoring Canadian Tech Talent Report, Toronto, for the second year, clutched the top spot, while Ottawa and Vancouver traded positions, ranking second and third, respectively.