More performance data on the benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in extreme weather events is needed as it may be more effective than thought.
Opportunities to transform existing buildings into more energy efficient assets arise when forming a capital plan and thinking long-term.
The BRE Innovation Park in Ontario will become a platform for the Canadian construction industry to demonstrate solutions to achieve low carbon buildings.
Heartwood the Beach Condos, due to enter construction this spring, is likely to become Toronto’s debut six-storey wood-frame development.
Further refinement of the WELL Building Standard is expected as a plethora of studies point to the growing concern for health and wellness.
LEED registrants appear to be taking full advantage of the deadline extension before the more rigorous version 4 of the certification program becomes mandatory.
Despite an abundance of investment funds spending across the globe, Canadian infrastructure continues to face a crisis.
While sustainable real estate means thinking outside downtown cores, experts stress the necessary models required to support these suburban assets.
Ontario's Certified Rental Building program adds green standards, while BOMA BESt's multi-residential participation rate declines.
A large cistern installed near the main plumbing lab in Peterborough’s Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre at Fleming College is ready to harvest rainwater. This
Once the first licensed airfield in Canada, workers at the Blatchford development site in Edmonton, Alberta are now prepping the ground for what is hoped
A new Etobicoke development has broken ground — in more ways than one. On the GO Mimico, now under construction, will be Toronto’s first high-rise
TAS' upcoming mid-rise Toronto condo, Kingston & Co., aims to attract first-time buyers with sustainable design and homey amenities.
The tech sector is driving growth in Waterloo region. To manage a growing population, the area is looking to increase density and expand transit.
Millennium Water is the largest green development project in British Columbia, covering nine city blocks in Southeast False Creek.