The Uncertain Future of the Canadian Office Market

Published December 21, 2022

When COVID-19 emerged and the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a “Pandemic” on March 11, 2020, the world instantly changed. The global economy came to a screeching halt via government-mandated lockdowns and, out of necessity, the world’s service workers pivoted immediately to a work-from-home model. This ability to digitally work on a home computer and avoid the analog “pre-COVID” world hassles of commuting to work on crowded routes led many employees and employers to ask themselves the question, “Is this a better way?” Nearly three years since the pandemic began, the global services sector is still trying to determine a suitable response to this question, which, no doubt, will ascribe a large question mark to the fate of the office market.

Looking ahead, the question remains whether the pandemic has changed work habits and business models temporarily, or is this permanent and a structural shift?

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