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World's tallest passive towers set for Vancouver
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A new proposed project at 1400 Alberni Street will make Vancouver home to the world’s tallest passive house towers. The joint venture development by Landa Global Properties and Asia Standard Americas will feature two condo towers at 48 and 43 storeys. The tallest Passive House in the world is currently a 31-storey high-rise residential building in Bilbao, Spain.

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2. Urban green space could prove a health asset
Convenient access to urban green space could improve resistance to diabetes, heart or respiratory diseases. Read More »
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3. Precarious work takes toll on hotel housekeepers

Room attendants in Toronto hotels often struggle to balance physical and emotional wellbeing with hours of tedious and repetitive tasks. A new report shines light on their concerns. Read More »

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4. Design standards key to benchmarking diversity
Accessibility and inclusiveness are on the agenda for a pending update of the model green office lease that has become an entrenched standard in Canada’s commercial real estate sector. Read More »
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5. Alberta introduces stronger protection for condo buyers
The Alberta government approved the first stage of new regulations that will better protect condominium buyers in the province. Read More »
 
 
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