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Women's College Hospital redeveloped

The look and feel of the airy, light-filled facility reflect the input of diverse groups including people with disabilities, recent immigrants and trans-gendered people. Their input was captured in a study called A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health, which formed the foundation for the redevelopment of Women’s College Hospital. 

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2. Three trends set to disrupt construction in 2018

On every continent, skills and labour shortages are hitting hard. In 2018, it could force permanent, decisive changes in how construction does business and meets demands. Read More »

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3. Grenville Tower fire spurs new report on cladding design

The AIBC Building Envelope Committee has published a regulatory review article to highlight some of the duties and responsibilities of architects in the design of cladding systems, both for new buildings and for the rehabilitation of existing buildings. Read More »

4. Building permits on Vancouver Island reach record high
Building permits on Vancouver Island reached the highest dollar value ever recorded in the July to September 2017 period, contributing to the Island’s economic growth and employment. Read More »
5. Kensington Market getting purpose-built homes
Toronto’s Kensington Market neighbourhood will be home to the city’s first purpose-built affordable homes for homeless people in more than 10 years. Read More »
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