The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published a new standard for communicating key characteristics in regards to fluorescent light replacements and retrofit LED lamps.
This June, Toronto Mayor John Tory joined hotel leadership and staff to cut the ribbon on a newly renovated lobby and several added features.
Ontario Power Generation is planning to bid farewell to its downtown Toronto base and centralize all of its offices on a new facility within the Durham municipality.
ASHRAE will move to the new headquarters in October 2020.
The awards recognize individuals and organizations that demonstrate outstanding industry leadership and who have made significant contributions to the CaGBC’s mission and goals in advancing green building in Canada.
The $134-million project is the first project funded through the Green Construction through Wood (GCWood) program.
We all hear a lot about smart buildings, but when you look at the data, it seems that most buildings are as dull-witted as ever.
Clean energy developers may secure up to $3 million or 50 per cent of project costs for the advancement of manufacturing, electricity, transportation or buildings related innovations with the potential to reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Everyone Everywhere campaign to improve accessibility for Canadians of all abilities whenever they work, live, and play.
How BTB REIT used exterior LED lighting to align its Montreal office's night-time image with its daytime charm.
A new regulation under the provincial Trade Union Act responds to an unique aspect of the construction sector's dealings with the Nova Scotia Labour Board.
NRCan honours 20 Canadian organizations for excellence in energy efficiency.
Global event brings awareness to light and light-based technologies and their role across all facets of life.
The Government of New Brunswick has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for Fredericton's Centennial Building with the intent to ink a new chapter for the historic facility.
Award recipients include early adopters of energy and water-saving technology, long-time conservation advocates and service providers steering clients to electricity and cost savings.
A universally accessible playground in Unwin Park in the City of Surrey is set to start construction this summer. It will be the largest in the city.
The luxury hotel is set to make its Toronto debut in 2022.