Riocan Real Estate Investment Trust Announces February 2014 Distribution

Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust Announces Fourth Quarter and 2013 Annual Results and an Increase in Distributions





The distribution will be payable on March 7, 2014 to unitholders of record as at February 28, 2014. About RioCan RioCan is Canada's largest real estate investment trust with a total capitalization of approximately $13.8 billion as at December 31, 2013. It owns and manages Canada's largest portfolio of shopping centres with ownership interests in a portfolio of 340 retail properties containing approximately 82 million square feet, including 47 grocery anchored and new format retail centres containing 13 million square feet in the United States as at December 31, 2013. RioCan's portfolio also includes 16 properties under development in Canada. For further information, please refer to RioCan's website at www.riocan.com . Venture Capital











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