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Cities in Canada are collectively entering a newly energized, globally connected and impactful era. Of its 12 main commercial hubs, four cities - Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver - have been identified in our latest research as having the strongest potential and most opportunities for global real estate players.
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