TORONTO, Sept. 10, 2014 /CNW/ - The Real Property Association of Canada (REALpac) and the NAIOP Greater Toronto Chapter are pleased to present the REALpac/NAIOP 2014 Toronto Mayoral Candidates Debate – an event held for the commercial real estate industry by the commercial real estate industry.
When: Wednesday September 17, 2014
Where: Toronto Board of Trade, City Ballroom, 1 First Canadian Place, 77 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
4:30pm - Registration & Reception
6:00pm - Candidates Debate
7:30pm - Networking Reception
Confirmed Moderator: The Honourable David R. Peterson will moderate the debate for the commercial real estate industry, by the commercial real estate industry. David Peterson served as Premier of Ontario between 1985 and 1990 and is currently Chairman of the Toronto law firm of Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP, where he practices corporate/commercial law.
Confirmed Candidates: Olivia Chow, John Tory
AV: A media riser will be centred at the back of the room and an adjacent patch will be provided for audio/video recording. Tables will be provided for print media.
RSVP & Registration: Complimentary registration for media. Please register prior to the event at [email protected] and show your press identification at the Registration Desk.
About NAIOP: Founded in 1977, the Greater Toronto Chapter of NAIOP has become the premier "meeting place" for professionals in the commercial real estate industry. Our burgeoning membership, which is now over 1,000, represents an influential cross section of the industry's top companies and top performers. NAIOP provides opportunities for members to converse with peers, industry leaders and innovative thinkers. We provide the right business climate where members can share ideas, cultivate new relationships and stay on top of the most current industry information and trends. Visit NAIOP at http://www.torontonaiop.org.
About REALpac: REALpac is Canada's most senior, influential and informative voice in the real property investment industry. REALpac brings together the industry's Chief Executives to collectively influence public policy, to educate government and the public, to ensure stable and beneficial real estate property and capital markets and to promote the performance of the real property sector in Canada. Member companies include publicly traded real estate companies, real estate investment trusts (REITs), private companies, pension funds, banks and life insurance companies with investment real estate assets each in excess of $100 million, large owner/occupiers and pension fund advisers as well as individually selected investment dealers and real estate brokerages. The commercial real estate sector makes a substantial contribution to the Canadian economy, generating $63.3 billion in economic activity in 2011. Visit us at realpac.ca.
SOURCE: Real Property Association of Canada
For further information: Carolyn Lane, VP, Membership, Marketing & Communications, REALpac, [email protected]