Accessibility and inclusiveness are on the agenda for a pending update of the model green office lease that has become an entrenched standard in Canada's commercial real estate sector.
Ontario workplace health and safety associations are hosting learning sessions, webinars and training events on ergonomic workplaces in October and November.
Sidewalk Labs is teaming up with Waterfront Toronto to transform 800 acres of Toronto's eastern waterfront into a global, high-tech neighbourhood
The Government of Canada is investing $13.8 million in new research infrastructure, including new labs and equipment, at Western University through the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI).
CaGBC, GBCI and the Advanced Energy Centre are working together to bring the Investor Confidence Project and its IREE certification to Canada.
The Michael Lee-Chin and Family Patient Tower at Burlington’s Joseph Brant Hospital officially opened on October 12, marking the end of construction season.
A new trades and technologies centre designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects in association with Sahuri + Partners opened at Lethbridge College on Sept. 27.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety launched an e-course to help recognize, assess and manage asbestos-related risks in the workplace.
McGill School of Architecture alumnus Peter Guo-hua Fu, a well-known Chinese architect, recently donated $12 million to the university’s School of Architecture.
Winnipeg’s Red River College has awarded a $95-million Innovation Centre project to Diamond Schmitt Architects and Number TEN Architectural Group.
Amber Trails Community School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is the winner of the annual CaGBC Greenest School in Canada competition.
Construction has officially started on the Canoe Landing Centre, a multi-use facility located on the site formerly known as Block 31, at the corner of Fort York Boulevard and Brunel Court in Toronto.
When the Nova Centre development in downtown Halifax is complete, it will supposedly be one of the most technologically connected commercial hubs in Atlantic Canada.
Six local governments in B.C. were recognized for their leadership in the use of wood in community projects, both architecturally and structurally.
A CaGBC report suggests provincially-specific retrofit pathways that include recommissioning, deep retrofits, renewable energy and fuel switching actions.
Quadrangle recently won a Toronto Urban Design Award in the Low-scale Buildings in Context category for 619 Queen West, the Hullmark office, located in downtown Toronto.
A community open house and ribbon cutting ceremony was recently held to officially open Toronto’s first new multi-function paramedic station.