Microorganisms growing inside aging buildings and infrastructure are more than just a health issue, according to new research.
Saskatchewan is rolling out a three-year strategy to reduce the number of serious workplace injuries and fatalities in four key areas.
The McGill University Health Centre is the first hospital in Quebec to receive two LEED Gold achievements.
Spaces is opening two new co-working facilities next year in the Zibi development, located in the downtown cores of Ottawa and Gatineau.
A new Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health has broken ground in the northwest community of Hounsfield Heights in Calgary.
CaGBC is helping Canada eliminate carbon emissions with 10 projects certifying under its Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) Standard.
The IREM Foundation fund will carry Elaina Tattersdale's name, paying tribute to her memory and commitment to commercial real estate operations that respect the environment and well-being of building occupants.
Owners of smaller commercial and multi-residential buildings in Ontario will still be welcome to voluntarily share energy and water consumption data, but a looming deadline for mandatory disclosure has been withdrawn.
Toronto’s legendary comedy venue The Second City will bring a piece of history to a young and modern complex near the waterfront in 2020.
The trend of flexible working is having a strong, socio-economic effect on suburban areas outside of big cities, according to new research.
New Sudbury Centre, the largest shopping centre in Northern Ontario, was recently celebrated for its many sustainable achievements.
The Embodied Carbon in Construction Calculator (EC3) tool is a first that allows the building industry to analyze embodied carbon emissions of materials.
Global architecture and design firm Perkins and Will has acquired Penoyre & Prasad, based in London, United Kingdom.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is celebrating a new milestone as Canadian LEED v4 project registrations surpass the 1,000 mark.
The current prohibition on pesticides for cosmetic purposes will continue to apply for commercial and residential properties.
The City of London lauded the designers behind the Kingsmill’s Department Store transformation in London, Ontario.
A recent CBRE forecast for Atlantic Canada’s commercial real estate industry predicts an increasing need for flexible space.