It's a Canadian co-working revolution, and it's transforming the office landscape. According to from CBRE, flexible office companies have expanded their office leasing footprint by 303% since 2014.
Employees should be familiar with the location and use of fire extinguishers. Equally important, they should know when to abandon extinguishing efforts.
As part of World Green Building Week, the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) and the Canada Coalition for Green Schools recognize Canadian schools that promote sustainability and offer programs that encourage awareness of environmental issues.
Ontario's Ministry of Labour is partnering with health and safety partners across the province to present ergonomic-themed events.
Mass-timber construction is gaining traction across Canada thanks to new product technologies, advanced techniques, and changes within the 2020 National Building Code of Canada (NBCC).
The engineering and technology professions in B.C. are launching a new initiative to increase the number of women in science and related occupations.
Proposed revisions to Quebec's halocarbon regulation could sideline some commonly used refrigerants before alternatives with lower global warming potential can feasibly be in place.
The Government of Canada has announced funding support for a number of recreational and cultural facilities across the country.
This year’s gala presented recipients with a total of 27 awards, recognizing top CRE achievers in the industry from across the country.
More than 190 health care organizations collectively represent 17,500 hospitals and related facilities in 28 countries that have signed on to the global effort to improve the sector's resiliency and reduce its environmental footprint.
The regional board sets the strategic direction in Canada, the U.S., Latin America, Brazil and the Caribbean
This Toronto-based Indigenous Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will be the first business incubator of its kind in southern Ontario.
Ottawa's Shaw Centre is among the Canadian facilities to benefit from the Ontario government's plans to invest up to $26 million towards upgrading the province's culture and tourism attractions
The Mosaic Stadium in Regina has achieved ‘Accessibility Certified Gold’ under the RHFAC program. It is the first stadium in Canada to receive the rating.
Submissions are open for the 2020 National Urban Design Awards (NUDA), a program recognizing excellence in city building design and other architectural projects across Canada.
The Helga and Mike Schmidt Performance Terrace and the Reed Family Plaza mark the final phase of the ROM’s Welcome Project.
1 Hotel Toronto is set to open summer 2020.