Dream Unlimited Corp.

Dream has a long history as a workplace where individuals, with different backgrounds and points of view, can come together to do great things. Diversity in thoughts, perspectives and experiences has been a key factor in Dream’s successes. The LGBT community is one important representation of the diversity of our stakeholders, including tenants, customers, investors and employees. Making sure members of the LGBT community are respected, considered and able to contribute is at the core of who we are and the foundation of our beliefs.

Jane Gavan
President, Asset Management, Dream Unlimited
CEO, Dream Office REIT
CEO, Dream Global REIT

Dream is one of Canada’s leading real estate companies with approximately $14.0 billion of assets under management in North America and Europe. The scope of the business includes residential land development, housing and condominium development, asset management for four TSX-listed trusts, investments in and management of Canadian renewable energy infrastructure and commercial property ownership. Dream has an established track record for being innovative and for its ability to source, structure and execute on compelling investment opportunities.


Dream’s business is about great people and great assets. Our potential as an organization comes from our strong and diverse workforce. We look to the communities in which we live, work and play to find the most qualified individuals who share our values, regardless of their gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation. We believe that diversity makes us stronger and provides us with a breadth of experiences, thoughts and perspectives, giving us a competitive advantage. As an innovative and entrepreneurial organization, our successes have been built on thinking differently, being creative, taking calculated risk and acting quickly. It is through the hearts and minds of our diverse workforce, including the LGBTQ community that fostered and will continue to drive our success.


Building communities that meet the needs of the public now and for future generations is a responsibility we take very seriously. We want the communities in which we work to be better as a result of our involvement. Ensuring our own employees and workplaces represent the diverse faces, needs and aspirations of those communities enriches this important duty.


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