Canada office insights

Canadian office market activity slows as companies navigate the unknown.

April 17, 2023
  • Shawna Rogowski
  • Matthew Clark
  • Megan Keeler

Many tenants have continued to try to accommodate the needs of their employees by considering hybrid flexible work options, especially in a market fueled by competition for talent.  However, the threat of a recession, coupled with rising interest rates and extreme inflation has put companies in a position where several have paused their decision-making on office space, especially when looking at expansion opportunities.


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Calgary office insight

The Central Core remained strong as more West End assets are approved for residential conversion.     
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Montreal office insight

Montréal’s office sector adapts to changing dynamics amidst shifting demand for space.     
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Southwest Ontario office insight

With appealing inducements, tenants right-size and prefer to invest in amenity-rich spaces.     
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Vancouver office insight

Significant new deliveries push vacancy to 7-year high.     
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Toronto office insight

Sublease availability reaches all-time high as users continue to adjust to economic uncertainty.     
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Edmonton office insight

As election looms and population booms, office market momentum remains in suburbs.     
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