A new volunteer council, gleaning insight and experience from all commercial real estate disciplines, is exhorting the industry to better reflect the society in which it operates.
The U.S. National Association of Realtors is searching the Canadian market for promising technologies for the commercial and residential real estate sectors.
Two new residence halls at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Burnaby campus have opened. The project is targeting LEED Gold.
A new shortsea service will forge a marine link from container facilities at the Port of Hamilton to the Port of Montreal.
Toronto is positioned among select global cities with a combination of space and cost factors that could better appeal to employers seeking to expand space-per-person ratios in their office footprint.
The recommended light levels in K-12 classrooms and for general (non-exam) lighting in hospital patient rooms are generally too low for daytime circadian stimulation.
Surrey is the first city in Canada to commit to building to a Gold level using Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification.
Applications are invited for Governor-in-Council appointments within the Canadian Human Rights Commission and the Ministry of Employment and Social Development.
There is still no requirement for air conditioning in all residents’ rooms, but Ontario long-term care home operators now have to implement prescribed measures to prevent heat-related illnesses.
New funding will help renovate and rehabilitate 40 healthcare and long-term care facilities across Nova Scotia to improve patient and staff safety.
Canadian landscape architecture icon Cornelia Oberlander has died at 99. She was a leader in sustainable design and a pioneer of green roofs.
Encased in glass, four water walls will symbolize TRCA’s role of safeguarding the GTA’s watersheds while also being an integral part of the building’s HVAC system.
Suburban office and corporate headquarters capture the limelight in the newly announced 2021 ENERGY STAR Canada awards for existing commercial and institutional buildings.
Construction of a new aquatic centre at RBJ Schlegel Park will bring greater access to recreational facilities for the community of Kitchener, Ont., by way of a multi-level government investment announced today.
Canada recently listed plastic manufactured items on Schedule 1 under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), taking a first regulatory step in addressing plastic pollution.
Construction has begun on Eric Hamber Secondary school, the largest seismic school replacement project in Vancouver’s history.
IICRC has published a newly-revised, ANSI-approved ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard for Professional Water Damage Restoration.