REMI Network

BentallGreenOak & Fitwel championing healthy buildings

As a Fitwel® Champion and Industry Advisor for the Viral Response Module, BentallGreenOak is helping to ensure evolving health and wellness demands are met in Canadian real estate.
8188 Yonge

REMI Network

8188 Yonge a first for Uplands neighbourhood

Custom balconies are one of many features in the new 8188 Yonge condominium project, set to rise in the Thornhill neighbourhood of Toronto. 
employee wellness

REMI Network

Study of employee wellness programs shows positive effects

Employee wellness programs in the workplace are lacking despite evidence showing their effectiveness.
WELL Multi-family Residential Certification

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Montreal megaproject pursues WELL Multi-family Residential Certification

HUMANITI, a mixed-use megaproject in Montreal, has registered to pursue WELL Multi-family Residential Certification for its residential component.

REMI Network

CBRE to open flagship office in Kitchener’s Innovation District

CBRE is opening its new flagship tech office in Kitchener’s Innovation District.

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Google’s Kitchener office earns LEED v4

Google’s new office in the Breithaupt Block, a redeveloped historic building in the warehouse district of downtown Kitchener, Ontario, has earned LEED v4 Silver for
mental health

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Canada’s workplaces lack mental health strategy

Real estate sector among a few industries more likely to have implemented a mental health strategy into its workplace.

REMI Network

IIDEXCanada to feature new national summits

IIDEXCanada 2015 is introducing three new national summits that will challenge significant issues impacting the future of the real estate industry.

Canadian Property Management

Tenant demand propels sustainable measures

The more human aspect of sustainability was the focus of a recent discussion on tenant demands for green space, at Toronto’s Green Real Estate Conference

Design Quarterly

Designing for an aging population

With an aging population, health and wellness in the design process is becoming increasingly important. The built environment (private or public) can have significant impacts