The document will combine ASHRAE's and IAPMO’s respective standards to offer complimentary guidance and references.
In preparation for World Water Day, here are five water conservation tips for facility managers and service providers.
Gord Hicks has been recognized for his environmental leadership in real estate, mental health advocacy, and community engagement.
New Boots, a New Brunswick program aimed at supporting and mentoring women in apprenticeable trades, has been extended by three years.
HRAI is developing a COVID-19 training program for residential applications with the potential to expand into small commercial and ICI sectors.
BOMA Quebec has announced the launch of a competition aimed at reducing the energy consumption and GHG emissions of buildings in the province.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) says LEED registered projects in Canada now total more than one billion square feet.
Kohler Signature is the first company in the U.S. to receive LEED v4 Interior Design + Construction: Retail certification.
The WELL Building Standard is aligning with BREEAM to make it easier for projects pursuing both standards.
CaGBC unveiled new framework that outlines necessary components for zero carbon buildings, and says it will soon launch a Zero Carbon Building Standard.
Blackwood Partners Inc. has earned Canada’s first LEED v4 certification, earning Gold under the LEED O+M: Existing Buildings rating system.
Ontario plans to impose a two-year hold on all applications for water-taking permits for new or expanding water bottle operations.
Cascades has unveiled its four-year Sustainable Development Plan, set to roll out from 2016 to 2020.
The National Trust for Canada is seeking community groups with project ideas for its 2016 This Place Matters competition.
TD Bank Group’s (TD) office in Toronto is now Canada’s first project to receive WELL certification under the non-pilot phase of the program.
The Canada Green Building Council celebrated winners of the second annual 2016 CaGBC Green Building Product of the Year Award at the Building Lasting Change
Ontario will commit up to $8.3 billion for its five-year climate change action plan, which features 28 key measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.