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People performance: Building's next goal?

Back in the 1990s, management gurus talked a lot about high-performance teams. Today, the talk is all about high-performance buildings. What if high-performing buildings also needed to meet requirements of high-performing individuals? The day may not be far off when clients...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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The focus of this year's Fire Prevention Week campaign is to ensure everyone has a fire safety plan that includes at least two ways out, Minister Blaine Pedersen, minister responsible for the Office of the Fire Commissioner said in a release. "In an emergency, time is of...

source: MyToba

An accessibility and pathway upgrade project at The Forks is incorporating Indigenous cultural interpretation. Through The Forks South Point Enhancement Project, plans are underway to recognize the unique history of the space. "The...

source: ChrisD.ca

The Internet of Things (IoT) sometimes has the feel of a trend that's forever going to be on the cusp of a huge breakout. Figures fly around about the projected size of the IoT and they're always massive (such as the 50 billion devices...

source: Network World

The City of Winnipeg is expecting to post a small surplus at the end of the year after tightening its belt to deal with both an early-year budget hole and the end of a provincial commitment to cover half the cost of Winnipeg Transit. As of the end of September, the city...

source: CBC News

When the entire length of the Southwest Transitway is finished in April 2020, it will have taken the City of Winnipeg 11 years to build its first dedicated bus corridor. Mayor Brian Bowman has promised to finish another five in the next decade after that. Bowman's pledge...

source: CBC News

The Amber Trails Community School in Winnipeg has earned the title of the Greenest School in Canada. The annual award is given out by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). In addition to the award, the school will also receive $2,000 to fund a new or ongoing sustainability...

source: Journal of Commerce

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