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It's true. Like it or not, new workforces are drawn to LRT
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That is a big score for Waterloo.
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And a huge blow for Cambridge
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I thought the official line, for some years now, has been that it doesn’t matter where in the Region companies locate as long as the stay in the Region. Or is that just the Kitchener view of things.
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(03-07-2019, 09:05 AM)panamaniac Wrote: I thought the official line, for some years now, has been that it doesn’t matter where in the Region companies locate as long as the stay in the Region.  Or is that just the Kitchener view of things.

I'm quite sure that wouldn't be Cambridge's view.
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I guess another question to ask would be: If this company had found an equivalent space in Cambridge (ie repurposed industrial space with all the fixings for the right price), would they have simply located there?
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Definitely then becomes a question of geographic location compared to office space.
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I'd be curious, although you'd likely never get that answer
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