HRAI & CIPH Outlook Economic Forecast Webinar with Peter Norman, Altus- May 11th, 2022

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Join Peter Norman, Chief Economist at Altus Group as he shares his views on current economic conditions in Canada and key trends likely to impact construction spending in 2022 and beyond.

When: Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Where: Live Webinar

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST  

Complimentary for CIPH and HRAI Members

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Key Take-Aways

  1. An analysis of economic conditions emerging in Canada in the spring of 2022 as the economy transitions from pandemic to endemic, international events including the war in Europe take a toll and shifting demographics continue to present opportunities and challenges to growth.
  2. Outlook for residential and commercial and construction through 2023 and how it relates to the plumbing & heating industry.
  3. Outlook for renovation spending with implications on plumbing & heating dollars.
  4. Update on the emerging challenges in the commercial sector as companies in Canada retool to deal with new ways Canadians are working and shopping.  

BONUS: You will have an opportunity to ask questions

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Presenter Bio: 

Peter Norman is a well-known professional land economist and forecaster and is Vice President and Chief Economist at Altus Group. Widely quoted in the Canadian media, Mr. Norman is a frequent expert witness on economic matters and leads a national team of economic consultants advising private and public sector organizations across Canada, providing economic intelligence and strategic information.

Mr. Norman earned a BA at Trent University and an MA at the University of Guelph, has sat on the Executive Committee of the Toronto Association of Business and Economics, the Economic Research Committee of the Canadian Home Builders' Association and is a member of the Association of Ontario Land Economists and a member of Lambda Alpha International, an Honourary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics.

Peter lives with his wife and four children in Toronto.

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