News Clips/ Les manchettes
Jul. 2, 2014

Table for 1200 closing party at the RAIC Festival Architecture in Winnipeg a sold-out blinding success
Canadian Architect
Canadian architecture firm 5468796 Architecture and design advocacy group Storefront Manitoba celebrated the culmination of Winnipeg's Architecture Fringe Festival and the 2014 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada's Festival of Architecture by transforming the Étienne Gaboury-designed Esplanade Riel pedestrian bridge (2003) into a giant pop-up dining room and inviting guests to experience and discuss the power of architecture and design.More

Time has not diminished Douglas Cardinal's passion
Ottawa Citizen
The times they are a-changin', but they're really just catching up with visionary architect Douglas Cardinal. As he celebrates turning 80, his iconic Gatineau building, the Canadian Museum of History, is on the cusp of a major revamp — exactly the kind of revision he anticipated when designing the 25-year-old institution.More

RAIC honours Winnipeg human rights museum architect
CBC News
The U.S. architect who designed the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg is in the city to receive a prestigious honour from his peers. Antoine Predock came to Winnipeg to receive an honorary fellowship from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, as well as to take part in the institute's Festival of Architecture.More

The best (and worst) of Toronto architecture
Torontoist
The good, the not-bad, and the pugly were all on display at the 10th annual Pug Awards, which celebrate the best—and mildly reprove the worst—in Toronto architecture. Phase one of River City, a condo development in the West Don Lands, took home the People's Choice Award for the best residential building completed last year. More

New Brunswick architectural firms recognized for community building and excellence
Canadian Architect
The Honourable Graydon Nicholas, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, recently presented the 2014 Lieutenant Governor's Award of Excellence in Architecture to Architecture 2000 Inc., now Stantec Architecture Ltd. This award was received for their design of the Emergency Response Services & Town Hall Facilities in Sackville, New Brunswick.More