More than half of Canadians are doing their job when feeling unwell on a weekly basis. The mental health scores among this group are significantly below those who report never working while feeling unwell.
A proposed amendment to the Ontario Building Code would explicitly allow for alternatives to building inspectors’ physical presence on construction sites.
Calgary's Glenbow Museum kicked-off a three-year, $120-million renovation that will eliminate barriers to accessibility never considered when the building was designed in the 1970s.
Orange is the designated colour to show support and build awareness within commercial and institutional buildings as Canada prepares to mark its first official National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
B.C. says the move is an attempt to improve wages and work environments and make frontline work more desirable.
This year’s top achievers in the friendly competition with serious intent will be announced on September 16 when the annual CREST (commercial real estate sustainability trailblazers) awards are bestowed.
A new study from the University of Waterloo found the most common masks, primarily due to problems with fit, filter about 10 per cent of exhaled aerosol droplets.
Majority of Canadian businesses are making or plan to make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for their employees.
The achievement represents the largest portfolio of commercial real estate properties in Canada to earn the certification.
The 2021 GRESB real estate results, slated to be released later this fall, will draw from a database of 1,520 entities collectively reporting on 117,000 assets valued at USD $5.7 trillion.
A new Vanderhoof campus of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) has officially opened to meet the growing demand for trades training.
Market growth of US$660.29B over the next 4 years is expected to be spurred by rising demand for smart facilities & increasing emphasis on outsourcing building management services.
A new merger between iOFFICE and SpaceIQ creates one of the most complete workplace technology companies in the world as the era of hybrid work unfolds.
Heatwave conditions and operational shortfalls are posing challenges in some Ontario long-term care homes that do not have central air conditioning.
Diamond Schmitt in joint venture with KWC Architects has won a 2021 International Architecture Award for its design of the Senate of Canada Building in Ottawa, Ontario.
SmartCentres unveiled Canada's largest, permanent low-res LED art installation in SmartVMC, its flagship 100-acre master-planned city centre in Vaughan.
Researchers at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism have created a design handbook that envisions new ways to enjoy safe outdoor dining in Ottawa during and after pandemic restrictions.