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  • ConEd Call for Presenters

    The Ontario Association of Architects invites individuals and organizations to submit proposals for ConEd sessions to be considered at the 2019 OAA Conference: Empowering Change. 

  • The deadline for reporting continuing education for the Cycle 2016-2018 is June 30, 2018.

    Counting Down to End of Cycle

    The deadline for reporting continuing education for the Cycle 2016-2018 is June 30, 2018. Not meeting your continuing education requirements is a breach of Regulation 27 under the Architects Act and can lead to disciplinary action.

  • blOAAg Call for Submissions - Summer Sketches

    The 2018 summer edition of blOAAg will explore and highlight architectural sketches. Do you or your practice have sketches of a past, recent or unbuilt project? Please share them with us. Deadline: July 13, 2018.

  • 2018 Conference Highlights

    Check out the 2018 Conference Highlights for event coverage and slideshows.

  • 2018 OAA Awards Book is Now Available!

    The 2018 OAA Awards Book is available now! Swing by the OAA head office to take home a beautiful soft copy version, or check it out here!

  • Admission Course - New Options Available!

    The Admission Course will no longer be available as a 3-day event at the Conference. Instead it will be offered in three different formats so you can take it all at once or in the separate modules.

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 FROM THE OAA

BlOAAg Series: Summer Sketches

The summer edition of blOAAg will explore and highlight architectural sketches in the series Summer Sketches: Capturing the Essence of Architectural Ideas. From the built to the speculative, we are interested in highlighting the architectural sketch. Do you or your practice have hand sketches of a past, recent or unbuilt project? Share them with us...
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FROM THE OAA

Counting Down to End of Cycle

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The deadline for reporting Continuing Education for the Cycle 2016-2018 is June 30, 2018. Not meeting your continuing education requirements can lead to disciplinary action. Effective July 1, 2018, the OAA will implement an automatic administrative fine of $500 for any Members who do not complete their mandatory ConEd hours.
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FROM THE OAA

Conference Highlights
 

This year's Conference was held in Toronto, at the MTCC's South building, from May 23– 25. More than 1500 people attended the three days of Continuing Education, Special events and Tours. See the link below for Conference highlights and slideshows...
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Admission Course - New options!


The Admission Course is now offered in three different formats, you can take sessions all at once or spread them out over a few years. Choose the best schedule and format that works for you!...
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HQ Renew+Refresh Updates

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The OAA is in the process of rennovating OAA Headquarters. The final design solution achieves a low energy building aimed at meeting the 2030 challenge. We will keep the public and members informed on every step of the project. See OAA HQ News and the New Project timeline for status updates on the project....
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FROM THE OAA

OAAAS - Technology Program of the OAA

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 The Ontario Association for Applied Architectural Sciences (OAAAS) is an association for technologists working in the architectural field. Through OAAAS, a qualified professional can become a Licensed Technologist OAA and member of the Ontario Association of Architects...

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