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First Notice: Building Expo; CMHC reports; Valens cannabis

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First Notice: Building Expo; CMHC reports; Valens cannabis


CSC Toronto hosts Building Expo 

The Construction Specifications Canada Toronto Chapter is hosting the CSC Building Expo today online from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s theme is Technology in Construction. 


Valens cannabis facility in GTA nears completion 

The Valens Company announced yesterday it has taken further steps to secure cannabis licensing from Health Canada for its third facility in Canada, currently under construction in the Greater Toronto AreaThe GTA facility, which is approaching completion, will provide 30,000 square feet of capacity, focused on the formulation, co-packing and manufacturing of cannabis-infused beverages and other customized products. 


CMHC to release housing insights report

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation will release its Housing Market Insight – Home sales and prices in major markets during the COVID-19 Pandemic tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. ET. The report examines trends in existing home sales and prices during the COVID-19 pandemic in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal in 2020.  


MCAC reports on Government-Industry Roundtable

The new Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada newsletter reports the MCAC recently cohosted a Government-Industry Roundtable with the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating. The newsletter also has details of an upcoming software webinar and data on federal procurement payouts.  


Stuhini signs deal with Natrinova Capital

Stuhini Exploration Ltd. yesterday announced it has entered into an investor relations contract with Natrinova Capital Inc. Stuhini is a mineral exploration company focused on two road-accessible projects, its Ruby Creek Property located in northwestern British Columbia 20 kilometres east of the town of Atlin, and the Que Project located in southcentral Yukon 70 kilometres north of Johnson’s Crossing.  

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