Thursday, August 16, 2018

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City of Oshawa opposes controversial waterfront development plan

The City of Oshawa is taking a hard stance against a development plan that could see 180 new homes built near Renaissance Park. Council passed a motion this week, stating its disapproval with the plan by Graywood Developments. The company has...

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A look at five highrise condo projects being developed in the west end of Toronto

Toronto’s a city that grows north. That’s been true throughout its history, with density crowding its way along Yonge St. But today, developers are looking west — with five large-scale, highrise condo communities underway along the...

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Construction breaks ground on Nanaimo Airport’s $15 million expansion

Nanaimo’s $15-million airport expansion officially kicked off Tuesday in a ground-breaking ceremony to start construction of a 14,000-square-foot terminal addition. The investment comes as the Nanaimo Airport marks eight straight years of...

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Infographic – Five types of green buildings explained

Homes and buildings in Canada can both consume and produce energy in many ways. In the world of green buildings, a variety of terms are used and some confusion surrounds their definitions. As governments focus on the imperative of reducing...

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Tsuut’ina Nation opposes Bragg Creek berm project

The Tsuut'ina nation has filed a statement of concern with Alberta Environment over planned berms along the Elbow River that will form part of the Bragg Creek Flood Mitigation Project being built by Rocky View County. A study prepared for the...

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CF Champlain to welcome TD Bank’s new corporate office in Moncton

Dieppe, New Brunswick (April 19, 2018) - Cadillac Fairview is proud to build upon its longstanding relationship with TD Bank Group, who today announced plans to open a TD Corporate Office in the former Sears space at CF Champlain. The Corporate...

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Homes for Heroes brings housing to homeless veterans in Calgary

Click here to donate to the Homes for Heroes Foundation With two regiments and a naval vessel bearing the Calgary name, it should be no surprise the city has a long, storied military history. And a local non-profit is hoping to build on that...

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Foldable skyscraper for disaster zones wins 2018 Skyscraper Competition

This foldable skyscraper concept was designed by Polish architects to offer relief in remote disaster zones, and has been named the winner of this year's eVolo Skyscraper Competition. The collapsable tower named Skyshelter.zip was designed...

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Canadian government update on the long-term infrastructure plan

OTTAWA, April 19, 2018 /CNW/ - Infrastructure investments play a key role in growing a strong and sustainable economy, making our communities more inclusive, and creating opportunities and jobs for the middle class. Today, the...

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Blueprint for EV infrastructure in future smart cities

Ben Lambert, a 34-year-old who manages fundraising efforts for a number of nonprofits, lives in one of Denver’s densest residential neighborhoods: Capitol Hill. The area surrounds Colorado’s capitol building and is home to museums, concert...

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Five architectural teams competing to design the new Ottawa central library

Ottawa is one step closer to getting a new central library.  The city unveiled five architectural teams on Tuesday that will be competing to design the new Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada joint facility on Wellington...

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Minto Capital announces new purpose-built rental tower in Oakville

TORONTO, April 18, 2018 /CNW/ - Minto Capital Management Inc. ("Minto Capital") is proud to announce the release of 1235 Marlborough, a purpose-built rental building in Oakville, Ontario. The 14-storey building, comprised of 144 units and state...

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