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Author / Source
Date
The next 250K: Unearthing five key factors influencing workplace performance
Eleanor Forster / 2018 National Symposium
May 25, 2018
How does the relationship between Development Corporations and the governments they serve work?
James McKellar, John McBain, Michael Brown / 2017 Fall Members Working Session
October 01, 2017
Thinking of Infrastructure beyond the PPP Model
James McKellar, Sherena Hussain / 2017 National Symposium, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure, Schulich, York University
May 10, 2017
Thinking of Infrastructure beyond the PPP Model
James McKellar, Sherena Hussain / 2017 National Symposium, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure, Schulich School of Business, York University
May 10, 2017
Vancouver’s Healthy City Strategy & Housing Reset:Using public property to achieve social determinant outcomes
Kathleen Llewellyn-Thomas / 2017 National Symposium, City of Vancouver
May 10, 2017
Rethinking Cities in the Age of Urbanization
James McKellar / 2017 National Symposium, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure
May 10, 2017
The Clean Energy Transition and what it means for Canada
Merran Smith / 2017 National Symposium, Clean Energy Canada, Simon Fraser University
May 10, 2017
Building the team: Expertise in Heritage and how to get it
Eric Turcotte / Québec Symposium
May 30, 2016
An introduction to the performance benchmarking of property performance within English Local Government
David Bentley, CIPFA, Head of Asset Management / 2013 NEFPP Symposium, The Chartered Institution of Public Finance and Accountancy
May 29, 2016
The Wellington Tower: Montreal’s Heritage politics
Isabelle Lussier / Québec Symposium
May 25, 2016
Canada’s Parliament Buildings
Rob Wright / Québec Symposium
May 25, 2016
A PRIVATE SECTOR APPROACH TO HERITAGE INVESTMENT
Michael Emory / Québec Symposium
May 18, 2016
Financing Heritage Projects: How Governments do it, and how financial realities determine the level of conservation
Matti Siemiatycki / Québec Symposium
May 12, 2016
What it means to own or manage a heritage site building – definition,categorization and major issues
Bernard Sicotte / Québec Symposium
May 07, 2016
Heritage Planning and the Role of Stakeholder Organizations
Jane Fraser / Halifax Regional Municipality, Québec Symposium
May 07, 2016
The Heritage IMPERATIVE:How Governments Can Use Old Buildings to Stimulate the Economy and Fight Climate Change
Natalie Bull / National Trust for Canada, Québec Symposium
May 02, 2016
City of Vancouver Heritage Action Plan – Summary
Bill Aujla / 2015 National Symposium Round Table
May 22, 2015
VSR – Shared Services – Organizational Design – Support Services Matrix
Bill Aujla / 2015 National Symposium Round Table
May 22, 2015
The Government Owned Development Corporation – How Goverments Use Them in Canada, Trends for the Future and Best Practices in Other countries – The Downtown Halifax Plan : Waterfront Development Coporation Ltd.
Andy Fillmore, LPP, MCIP, AICP, Vice President / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, Waterfront Development Corporation Ltd
May 29, 2014
Aligning Government Responsibilities to Optimize and Measure Value Creation: The City of Calgary, Office of Land Servicing and Housing
John Potts, Manager / Land Servicing, City of Calgary
May 29, 2014
Case History: The Bridgepoint Health Centre, Toronto – Governments and the Private Sector Working Together to Create Value
Marian Walsh / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, Bridgepoint Health Care 
May 29, 2014
Capital Planning and Management System: CFB ESQUIMALT
Base Development Engineer, Marcel Gingras, P.ENG, PMP, Base Development Engineer, P.ENG, PMP / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, CFB Esquimault, Department of National Defence, Department of National Defence
May 29, 2014
Leading Examples of Real Property Value Creation outside of Canada: Value of Public Property: Diagnosing the Challenge
Olga Kaganova, PhD Applied Mathematics, Principal Research Scientist, PhD Applied Mathematics, Principal Research Scientist / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, NORC at University of Chicago
May 29, 2014
Leading Examples of Real Property Value Creation outside of Canada
David Bentley, Heads of Asset Management / CIPFA Property
May 29, 2014
Creating Value Through Cooperation:Public-Public Partnerships – The other PPP
John Hentschel, Manager of Land Servicing / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, Office of Land Servicing and Housing
May 29, 2014
Why Governments are involved in Real Estate: What role should government play in Real Estate? Protect the Public Interests
Matti Siemiatycki, PhD Urban Planning, Associate Professor / 2014 NEFPP Symposium, University of Toronto
May 29, 2014
FPT AGM Benchmarking Presentation (English)
Fred Towers, MBA, CMA, Director, Business Performance Management / Annual General Meeting of Federal-Provincial-Territorial Deputy Heads of Public Works, City of Toronto
August 01, 2013
Portfolio Risk Management – NWT
Brian Nagal, Kam So / Government of NWT
May 29, 2013
Portfolio Risk Management – Nunavut
Roy Green / Government of Nunavut / Stantec Consulting
May 29, 2013
RCMP E Division HQ Relocation Project
Steven Porter, Project Director / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 29, 2013
Risk Transfer in P3s – BCH SRO Renewal Initiative
Mike Pistrin, Executive Director / BC Housing Management Commission
May 29, 2013
Transforming Edmonton – Arena District Project
Rick Daviss, Executive Director / City of Edmonton
May 29, 2013
Knowledge and Relationship Preservation: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Tool
Stephen Marguet, Executive Director, Real Estate Management Branch / Shared Service BC
May 29, 2013
Risk Based Approach to Project Approval in the Federal Government
Catherine Ella, P Eng., PMP, MBA, VP Real Property Advisory Services / Tiree
May 29, 2013
Giant Mine Remediation Project – Risk Management
Jane Amphlett / Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
May 29, 2013
Enterprise Risk Management Program – Infrastructure Ontario
Christina Beja, Senior Vice President, Strategic Asset Planning / Infrastructure Ontario, City of London, Ontario
May 29, 2013
Calgary’s East Village Development Project
Michael Brown, President and CEO / Calgary Municipal Land Corporation
May 29, 2013
Calgary’s New Corporate Project Management Framework
Sharon Purvis, Director, Corporate Properties & Buildings / City of Calgary
May 29, 2013
Risk Management: A Framework for Discussion
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / Schulich School of Business, York University
May 29, 2013
Development Initiatives through a Risk Management Lens
Judith Amoils, MBA, Managing Director / CRBE
May 29, 2013
Enterprise Risk Management – SIQ
Bernard Sicotte / Société immobilière du Québec
May 29, 2013
Achieving sustainable infrastructure – Rethinking the options
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / York University
May 10, 2012
Collaboration for project success – London Psychiatric Hospital Lands
Christina Beja, Senior Vice President, Strategic Asset Planning, Jim Yanchula / Infrastructure Ontario, City of London, Ontario
May 10, 2012
Cooperating to compete globally: How Cities, Provinces and the Federal Government jointly can build Canadian competitiveness
Michael Goldberg, Professor and Dean Emeritus / University of British Columbia
May 10, 2012
BC Hydro’s approach to relationship building and collaboration with First Nations
Lyle Viereck / BC Hydro
May 10, 2012
Collaborating – Overcoming silos – Manitoba Government buildings strategy
Don Armstrong, Senior Analyst / Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation
May 10, 2012
Realigning the portfolio to meet program needs – Foreign Affairs – the new normal and real property renewal
Toby Greenbaum, Director General, Client Consultancy and Real Property Solution / Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
May 10, 2012
Funding capital projects: Can PPPs deliver results?
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / York University
May 10, 2012
Realigning the portfolio to meet program needs – Community Living Toronto case study
Philip Smith, Kevin Donahue / Altus Group
May 10, 2012
Realigning the portfolio to meet program needs – Tomorrow’s Workplace, City of Calgary
Laurie Boucher, Sandy Virgo / City of Calgary
May 10, 2012
Understanding Public Private Partnerships: Emerging issues in Canadian infrastructure delivery
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure, Sherena Hussain / York University
May 10, 2012
City of Capetown Immovable Property Asset Management – Organisational Transformation
Ruby Gelderbloem, Director for Property Management / City of Capetown, South Africa
May 09, 2012
The P3 process and the new Government of Canada building – RCMP E Division HQ
Steven Porter, Project Director / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 09, 2012
SSBC’s Enterprise-Wide Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS)
Stephen Marguet, Executive Director, Real Estate Management Branch / Shared Service BC
May 12, 2011
Real Property and Systems Transformation (RPBST) Project – NOVUS
Ralph Collins, Director-General, Special Initiatives Sector, Real Property Branch / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 12, 2011
Consolidating and Transforming Facilities Management Functions
Fred Towers, MBA, CMA, Director, Business Performance Management / City of Toronto
May 12, 2011
Revitalization of Lansdowne Park
Gordon MacNair, Director, Real Estate Partnerships & Development Office / City of Ottawa
May 12, 2011
North Toronto Collegiate – Journey to a new urban school and the partnerships which gave it life
Sheila Penny / Toronto District School Board
May 12, 2011
Overview of Land Value Creation and Capture Tools: Social Housing and Transit
David Amborski, Professor, B.A, M.Sc, M.A / Ryerson University
May 12, 2011
Workplace Condition Assessment
Sharon Purvis, Director, Corporate Properties & Buildings / City of Calgary
May 12, 2011
Workplace 2.0
Carol Blotniuk, Director / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 12, 2011
Workplace Design and Development
Rick Huijbregts / Cisco Canada
May 12, 2011
Improving BC Hydro’s Workplace – One workspace at a time
Aki Lintunen, Director of Properties / BC Hydro
May 12, 2011
Cost-effective Open-Plan Environments (COPE) Project
/ COPE Consortium, National Research Council Canada
May 27, 2010
Government of Canada Web 2.0 and Social Media – Opportunities and Challenges
Jeff Braybrook, Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Canada / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada), Treasury Board of Canada, Secretariat
May 13, 2010
Telework References
Theresa Noll / General Services Administration, Washingston, D.C.
May 13, 2010
Workplace 2.0 – Enabling the Federal Public Service
/ PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 13, 2010
Public Sector Social Media: New Rules of Engagement – Workshop Program
/ 2010 NEFPP Symposium, Conference Board of Canada
May 13, 2010
The Role of Social Media in Commercial Property
/ 2010 NEFPP Symposium, RICS
May 13, 2010
Edmonton’s Integrated Waste Management Solution
Roy Neehall / City of Edmonton
May 13, 2010
How Web 2.0 is changing the way we work: An interview with MIT’s Andrew McAfee
McKinsey Quarterly / 2010 NEFPP Symposium, McKinsey Quarterly
May 13, 2010
Collaboration and Innovation: How Web 2.0 is Changing the Way We Work
Jeff Braybrook, Treasury Board Secretariat; et al / Treasury Board Secretariat Canada
May 13, 2010
Understanding Uses of Social Networks
Sean Silverthorne / 2010 NEFPP Symposium, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
May 13, 2010
New Work Environments Research Group (Groupe de recherche sur les environnements de travail : GRET)
Jacqueline Vischer, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. / GRET, Université de Montréal
May 13, 2010
Creating value by leveraging real property: Strategies for surplus school sites
Tim McCargar / City of Edmonton
May 13, 2010
Integrated Resource Management (IRM) – Resources from Waste
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / Asset Strategies inc
May 13, 2010
BC Hydro’s carbon footprint reduction program
Aki Lintunen, Director of Properties / BC Hydro
May 13, 2010
Evolution of the Corporate Real Estate Function
Judith Amoils, MBA, Managing Director / CB Richard Ellis
May 13, 2010
Creating value by leveraging real property: Quartier du Spectacle, Montréal
Michel Nadeau / Ville de Montréal
May 13, 2010
Shifting Thinking – Confronting Challenges Ahead: Edmonton’s strategies for the future
Lorna Rosen / City of Edmonton
May 13, 2010
Renewing CLC’s Balanced Scorecard
Godron McIvor, Vice President / Canada Lands Company
May 13, 2010
Creating value by leveraging real property: Aquarium project at the CN Tower
Godron McIvor, Vice President / Canada Lands Company
May 13, 2010
Performance measures: advancing new knowledge
Jacqueline Vischer, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. / GRET, Université de Montréal
May 13, 2010
Performance measures: how do we know what we’ve got?
Jacqueline Vischer, Professor : Université de Montréal / 2008 NEFPP Retreat, GRET, Université de Montréal
November 06, 2008
Lease vs. Own Considerations
Julian Patteson / City of Brampton
November 06, 2008
Lease vs. Own Considerations: In-house Lease Administration
Stephen Marguet, Executive Director, Real Estate Management Branch / BC ARES
November 06, 2008
Benchmarking and the Bottom Line: A Proposal to improve infrastructure value for money in Britain
Matti Siemiatycki, PhD Urban Planning, Associate Professor / Institute for Public Policy Research
October 01, 2008
NRCan Infrastructure Gap and a Case Study
Tony Thompson / Natural Resources Canada
May 29, 2008
Successful public funding strategies
Jacques Haché / Parks Canada
May 29, 2008
Energy Efficiency in Government Operations
Andrew Smith / Austrailian Department of Finance & Deregulation
May 29, 2008
What is Infrastructure?
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / York University
May 29, 2008
On Leading Transportation Innovation and Growth
Barry Rempel, President & CEO / Winnipeg Airports Authority
May 29, 2008
Manitoba Hydro’s New Corporate Headquarters
Tom Goldsborough / Manitoba Hydro
May 29, 2008
Managing Risks
Ginny Gibson, Professor / University Of Reading, U.K.
May 29, 2008
Engaging the Private Sector in Public Infrastructure
Olga Kaganova, PhD Applied Mathematics, Principal Research Scientist / The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C
May 29, 2008
The Adaptation Imperative
Pam Kertland, Manager / Climate Change Impacts & Adaptation Division, Natural Resources Canada
May 29, 2008
Three Critical Issues: Planet Change, Economic Revolution, Demographic Divides
Glen Murray, President / Canadian Urban Institute
May 29, 2008
Climate Action in British Columbia
Nichola Wade / BC Climate Change Secretariat
May 29, 2008
GSA: One of the “Best Places to Work”
/ General Services Administration, Washingston, D.C.
May 29, 2008
Millenials Make Their Mark
Mandy Sutherland / Steelcase Inc.
May 29, 2008
Sustainable Energy Executive (SEE) Insight: Expert commentary and innovative ideas on economic transitions to a clean energy future in Canada and the U.S.
Christopher Henderson / Lumos Energy
May 29, 2008
ORC’s new workplace strategies
Lori Robinson / Ontario Realty Corporation
May 29, 2008
Climate Change Imperatives – Overview
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / Asset Strategies inc
May 29, 2008
Financial Reporting Standards – Part II
Bob Khurana, Philip Smith, Executive Vice President, Research, Valuation & Advisory / Altus Group
May 16, 2008
Financial Reporting Standards – Part I
Bob Khurana, Philip Smith, Executive Vice President, Research, Valuation & Advisory / Altus Group
May 16, 2008
Office Space, Changing Workplaces and Human Performance
John Andrew, Michelle Nicholson, Nellie Chang / Queen's University
May 16, 2008
Financial Reporting Standards – Appendix A
Bob Khurana, Philip Smith, Executive Vice President, Research, Valuation & Advisory / Altus Group
May 16, 2008
Financial Reporting Standards – Appendices B & C
Bob Khurana, Philip Smith, Executive Vice President, Research, Valuation & Advisory / Altus Group
May 16, 2008
The RFP Process for the Disposition of Publicly Owned Real Estate Assets, with Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography
David Gordon, B.Sc, M.PL., MBA, D.Des, FCIP, P.Eng, Professor and Director, James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / Queen's University, York University
November 01, 2007
The Competitive Agenda
Mario Lefebvre / Queen's University
May 25, 2007
Case Study: Green Corner Brook Long-term Care Facility
/ Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation
May 24, 2007
“Community Accounts” – Data to Support Successful Solutions
Robert Reid / Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Finance
May 24, 2007
Case Study: The Social, Ecological and Economic Benefits of the Grand Concourse, St. John’s, NL
Neil Dawe / Tract Consulting
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Manitoba’s Green Building Policy
Rod Berscheid / BC ARES
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Transport, Infrastructure and Communities – Surface Infrastructure Programs Group: Partnering for Infrastructure Investments
Tony Varriano / BC Hydro
May 24, 2007
Case Study: CLC’s Balance Scorecard Approach in Reusing Surplus Lands
Tony Druett / Asset Strategies inc
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Citizen Centered Service Delivery
Stephen Marguet, Executive Director, Real Estate Management Branch / Transport Canada
May 24, 2007
Competitiveness – The Integrated Business Case Approach
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / Conference Board of Canada
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Investing in Communities
Derek Ballantyne / Canada Lands Company
May 24, 2007
Competitiveness – The Integrated Business Case Approach
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / Asset Strategies inc
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Leveraging Opportunities from the 2010 Olympics
John Breckner, Michael Flanigan / Toronto Community Housing Company
May 24, 2007
Case Study: Aligning Properties with BC Hydro’s objectives
Aki Lintunen, Director of Properties / City of Vancouver
May 24, 2007
Federal Accountability Act and Action Plan: Fact Sheet (First Reading) – Cleaning up the procurement of federal government contracts.
/ Federal Government
November 01, 2006
Aboriginal Relations at BC Hydro (website pages)
/ BC Hydro
November 01, 2006
Federal: Clean up the procurement of federal government contracts
/ Treasury Board of Canada, Secretariat
November 01, 2006
Provincial: Ontario Office of the Integrity Commissioner: Lobbyists Registration Office
/ Province of Ontario
November 01, 2006
Aboriginal Consultation: A review of the Taku, Haida and Mikisew Cree decisions
/ Transport Canada
November 01, 2006
Municipal: Bellamy Inquiry Progress Report (Summary of the City of Toronto’s progress in implementing recommendations of the Toronto Computer Leasing Inquiry)
/ City of Toronto
November 01, 2006
Federal Public Registry of Lobbyists
/ Federal Government
November 01, 2006
Information Systems, Meeting Client Needs
Susan Anson, MBA, General Manager / VFA Canada Corporation
May 11, 2006
Renouveau at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa
Pierre Corriveau / Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
May 11, 2006
Government Infrastructure Financing, Overview
Tsur Somerville / University of British Columbia
May 11, 2006
Information Systems, Private Sector Perspective
Michael Pearce / Bentall Capital
May 11, 2006
Overview of Public Private Partnerships
Marc Marasco / Partnerships BC
May 11, 2006
Financing Capital Projects, Financier’s and Bidder’s Perspective
Paul Dunstan / Plenary Group
May 11, 2006
Financing Capital Projects, The Federal Transportation Story
Rod Dean / Transport Canada
May 11, 2006
Montréal’s Municipal Courthouse, Renewal of a Heritage Building
Michel Nadeau / Ville de Montréal
May 11, 2006
Repositioning Obsolete Assets, Manufacturing to Emergency Response
Sharon Purvis, Director, Corporate Properties & Buildings / City of Calgary
May 11, 2006
Repositioning Obsolete Assets, 51 Division Police Headquarters, Toronto
Bruce Bowes / City of Toronto
May 11, 2006
Structuring RFPs: Using Public Lands to Achieve Public Objectives: Issues Review
Paul Smith / Del Management Solution Inc.
May 12, 2005
Tex Park, Halifax
Rudy Vodicka, Coordinator, Real Property Policy / Halifax Regional Municipality
May 12, 2005
BOMA’s new environmental program
Hugh Gorman / Oxford Properties Group Inc.
May 12, 2005
Structuring RFPs: Using Public Lands to Achieve Public Objectives – A Sample of Many Issues
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / York University
May 12, 2005
SPM Head Office joint development project
Rob Wawryk / Saskatchewan Property Management Corp.
May 12, 2005
Moncton CN Shops property remediation and development
Don McCallum, Loren Speiran / Canada Lands Company
May 12, 2005
Dockside, Victoria
Carola Bloedorn / BC Buildings Corporations
May 12, 2005
Legal considerations
Robert Bauer / Davies, Ward, Phillips and Vineberg LLP
May 12, 2005
Owner and Bidder Perspectives: Lessons Learned
Judith Amoils, MBA, Managing Director / Thinking Strategy: New Paradigms Inc.
May 12, 2005
Lessons from the Union Station RFP
Bruce Bowes / City of Toronto
May 12, 2005
PWGSC – Best Practices in Procuring Peformance-based Outsourcing Contracts
Brendan McDonald / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 12, 2005
Seven Types of RFPs for Public Lands
David Gordon, B.Sc, M.PL., MBA, D.Des, FCIP, P.Eng, Professor and Director / Queens's University School of Urban and Regional Planning
May 12, 2005
Concert Hall Development, 150 Elgin Street, Ottawa
Dave Donaldson / City of Ottawa
May 12, 2005
Upper River Valley Hospital, New Brunswick
Scott Gibson / Province of New Brunswick
May 12, 2005
RFP Issues Review
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor (RICS)
May 12, 2005
Frameworks for Implementation
Geogre Khoury / Canadian Centre for Business Development and Conference Board of Canada
April 29, 2004
Research Report: Maintenance Funding For Public Property: Best Practices
Hok Lin Leung, PhD, B.Arch, RIBA,FCIP,RCIP, Professor / Queen's University
April 29, 2004
Riverview Tertiary Residential Prototype and Woodlands Campus of Care
Chris Corps, MRICS, Principal / BC Buildings Corporations
April 29, 2004
Canada Lands Company’s Balanced Score Card
Godron McIvor, Vice President / Canada Lands Company
April 29, 2004
Environmental Stewardship Plans and Implementation
Brian Kennedy, Vice-President, Portfolio Management / BC Buildings Corporations
April 29, 2004
Implications for the Management of Public Real Estate
James McKellar, Barch, MCP, March, Professor of Real Estate and Infrastructure / York University
April 29, 2004
What is the Triple Bottom Line?
Bob Willard, Author /
April 29, 2004
City of Montreal Heritage Initiatives
Michel Nadeau / Ville de Montréal
April 29, 2004
Building Rating Systems
Alex Zimmerman, President / Canadian Green Building Council
April 29, 2004
The Bridges Development, Calgary
Sharon Purvis, Director, Corporate Properties & Buildings / City of Calgary
April 29, 2004
Flying Dust First Nation Strategic Partnership
Dave Bryanton, Rob Wawryk / Saskatchewan Property Management Corp.
April 29, 2004
Evolving Structures for Managing Real Property Assets
Olga Kaganova, PhD Applied Mathematics, Principal Research Scientist / The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C
November 06, 2003
Smart Growth Resources
Tim Pringle / Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia
May 09, 2003
Is Smart Growth About the Public Trust and Land?
Tim Pringle / Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia
May 09, 2003
Costs and Viability of Sustainable Development
Steve Shawcross / IBI Group, Calgary
May 09, 2003
SE False Creek Development
Ian Smith / City of Vancouver
May 09, 2003
BC Hydro PowerSmart Program
Ingo Moxon / BC Hydro
May 09, 2003
Market Realities in Delivering Smart Growth
Scott Chandler / 2003 NEFPP Conference, Royal Lepage
May 09, 2003
Province of Manitoba Strategies
Stephen Kupfer / Manitoba Transportation & Government Services
May 09, 2003
401 Burnard Street, Vancouver
John De Jong, Terry Tetreault / Canada Lands Company, PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 09, 2003
Gold LEED VITP Facility, Victoria
Jack Meredith / BC Buildings Corporations
May 09, 2003
Federal Policy Directions on Sustainability
Bruce Lorimer / PWGSC (Public Works & Government Services Canada)
May 09, 2003
Measuring the Financial Effects of Asset Deterioration
Casey Goossens / Physical Planning Technologies Inc.
May 09, 2003
DND Approach to Green Building
Viv Walsworth / Department of National Defence
May 09, 2003
UniverCity (Simon Fraser University Development)
Michael Geller / UniverCity
May 09, 2003
Academic Perspectives
Tsur Somerville / University of British Columbia
May 09, 2003
Making PPPs work – the property profession’s role
Louis Armstrong / Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor (RICS)
May 09, 2003
Red River College New Downtown Campus
Stephen Kupfer / Manitoba Transportation & Government Services
May 09, 2003
Gamelin Site, Hull
Paul Page / Canada Lands Company
May 10, 2002
Gamelin Site, Hull
Linda Griffin / Enviroment Canada
May 10, 2002
Gamelin Site, Hull
Godron Kerluke / National Capital Commision
May 10, 2002
Working Paper: Outsourcing government real estate services – Learnings from recent case studies and literature
Cathie MacDonald / 2001 NEFPP Conference, NEFPP
May 04, 2001
Working paper: rust-out
Hok Lin Leung, PhD, B.Arch, RIBA,FCIP,RCIP, Professor / Queen's University
October 14, 1999
Continuing Education Programs (public management)
/ NEFPP
N/A
Continuing Education Programs (real estate)
/ NEFPP
N/A
Recruiting Sources: Canadian Planning Schools (with some real estate)
/ NEFPP
N/A
Recruiting Sources: Canadian Business Schools (with real estate)
/ NEFPP
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