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The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the RAIC Foundation are pleased to announce the three winners of the 2019 RAIC International Prize Scholarships. They are: • Laure Nolte, Dalhousie University • Lucie Palombi, University of Montreal •...

source: RAIC

Le projet d’agrandissement et de rénovation que s’apprête à réaliser la Commission scolaire du Chemin-du-Roy à l’école primaire Saint-Joseph de Maskinongé est bonifié. L’Écho de Maskinongé a appris...

source: L'Écho de Maskinongé

Le Carré Saint-Laurent ouvrira bientôt ses portes au cœur du Quartier des spectacles de Montréal. La construction de ce complexe à usage mixte de 25 000 mètres carrés, en attente d’une certification LEED, avait été enclenchée...

source: Voir Vert

City waterfronts have turned into one of this century’s major themes and are essential to keep cities alive and build their resilience to climate change as well as making them attractive for use by the local community. Canadian firm Provencher_Roy is behind the refurbishment...

source: Floor Nature

City of Vancouver council voted unanimously in favour of a rezoning application that will allow a 32-storey office tower, measuring 393.5 feet, to go up at 1166 West Pender St. Supporters cited the need for more office space downtown,...

source: Western Investor

No tall structures and keeping buildings close together are two concerns that keep being brought up as feedback is gathered to help guide Algoma University’s campus master plan. The most recent information gathering session, appealing to the general public for input,...

source: Sault Star


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