It's no secret that Canada enjoys a vast and expansive geography in which cities are widely spread out. Yet, most of our economic activity takes place within 100 miles of the U.S. border. Today, the landscape of the Canadian industrial real estate market is changing—not only is the physical form of traditional industrial space being re-imagined, but the geographic spread of this inventory is shifting as well. For American companies with Canadian operations, making assumptions about the market based on past experience or current U.S. trends can result in lost opportunities and potential value.
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