News Clips/ Les manchettes
Aug. 28, 2015

Toronto City Hall presents 50th anniversary lecture series on modern architecture this fall
Canadian Architect
This fall, all are welcome to visit Toronto City Hall for a three-part lecture series by noted experts on modern architecture, as part of the 50th anniversary of the building. All lectures begin at 7:00pm in the Council Chamber at City Hall, located at 100 Queen Street West.More

LEED Silver for Markham Stouffville Hospital
Daily Commercial News
Another milestone has been reached for Markham Stouffville Hospital, as it recently earned LEED Silver Certification for its 385,000-square-foot expansion project. Delivered under the provincial government's Alternative Financing and Procurement model, PCL Constructors Canada (Toronto) partnered with the hospital as build-finance general contractor, a release explains.More

Viterra heritage building rejuvenated
The Leader-Post
The legislative building isn't Regina's only historic gem receiving a facelift this summer. Behind green mesh-covered scaffolding on the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street, masons have toiled on the Viterra headquarters' facade. Built in 1913 for $350,000, the building originally stood as the C.W. Sherwood Department Store, and remains the only pre-First World War structure in Regina hearkening back to those shopper roots. It also served as the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool building.More

New Queen Richmond Centre a head-turner
Daily Commercial News
Situated in Toronto's popular Entertainment District, the state of the art Queen Richmond Centre West building is turning heads in the world of architecture. The new building, suspended atop two older brick-and-beam buildings on the corner of Richmond Street West and Peter Street visually strikes the eye. More

Heureusement que l'art est partout
Voir.ca
Il y a quelques semaines, l'œuvre Dialogues avec l'histoire de l'artiste français Jean-Pierre Raynaud tombait sous les coups d'une pelle mécanique, en plein cœur de la place de Paris, à Québec. Le monument, offert à la capitale en témoignage d'amitié par la Ville lumières, nécessitait d'urgents et importants travaux afin de solidifier sa structure, qui prenait l'eau de toutes parts. More

Espace Danse shaping up to be Quebec's biggest dance centre
Montreal Gazette
On a stretch of Bleury St. between Ste-Catherine St. and de Maisonneuve Blvd., Quebec's biggest dance centre, Espace Danse, is steadily taking shape. Workers in hard hats scurry in and around the nine-storey Wilder Building, continuing a renovation that has gutted the 97-year-old brick-faced structure. Meanwhile, two new neighbouring concrete and glass buildings are rising apace — one abutting the Wilder's north end, the other the south — soon to sport a contemporary design appropriate to their future tenants.More

Pureté scandinave
La Presse
Un Suédois établi à Montréal a complètement transformé son haut de triplex pour lui donner une allure scandinave avec l'aide d'EM architecture. Lignes épurées, couleurs sobres, matières brutes et formes géométriques y sont à l'honneur. Sans oublier le sauna et la terrasse sur le toit!More

Orillia's new port building could be ready by 2017
Simcoe.com
A new Port of Orillia building would be open for business by 2017 under a proposal recommended by staff. "The important driver is being open again for 2017 with proper facilities," said Ian Sugden, director of development services. In a report to a recent meeting of council committee, staff recommends the city use a "design build" process to replace the building that was destroyed by fire in late 2014. More

Une exposition à échelle humaine
Le Fil
Profitez de votre promenade le long du fleuve Saint-Laurent pour visiter l'exposition Les interactions entre les gens, l'architecture et l'espace public. Présentée sur la promenade Samuel-De Champlain, entre la côte de Sillery et le chemin du Foulon, cette installation a été réalisée par le diplômé en architecture Jérôme Lapierre. More