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    Managing Growth in Waterloo

Managing Growth in Waterloo

The Region of Waterloo continues to grow. With a current population of 550,000, it is now the fourth largest community in Ontario and the 10th largest in Canada. Over the next 20 years, growth will continue as the Region expects 200,000 new residents to move to the community. In fact,

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    Commercial Real Estate Sector Thrives in Waterloo

Commercial Real Estate Sector Thrives in Waterloo

Waterloo’s Commercial Real Estate sector has not only bounced back from South-western Ontario’s recent economic challenges but continues to draw investors. Evidence is everywhere. The Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) has dubbed Waterloo the “Economic Alberta of Ontario” and ranked the Waterloo region among the Top 10 Canadian Investment Cities.

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    Eye on the future of Waterloo

Eye on the future of Waterloo

Waterloo Region has a well-defined vision for its future, a vision that was forged almost 40 years ago. Today, that vision is becoming a reality. In 1976, the Region of Waterloo completed its first official plan, a legal document to guide future growth in our community. The Plan was very

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    Waterloo Experiences Economic Growth And Prosperity

Waterloo Experiences Economic Growth And Prosperity

In an increasingly globalized world, Waterloo Region has enjoyed several decades of sustained economic growth and continues to be one of the top centres of economic growth and prosperity for Ontario and Canada. As the community begins the process of implementing ION, its new rapid transit system, and preparing for

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    Longest-Running Architectural Firm In Waterloo Region

Longest-Running Architectural Firm In Waterloo Region

Robertson Simmons architects Inc. has an extensive history within the Waterloo Region under a variety of names and partners by continuously delivering what Partner Laird Robertson acknowledges are the “landmark structures in our community for over 65 years as stewards of the corporation.” With a corporate history dating back to

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