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30 November 2017: Architectural News

Get Involved - Burlington's Urban Design Advisory Panel

24 November 2017: Architectural News

Former Certo building to be saved in Cobourg

22 November 2017: Architectural News

Lights Out: The Rise and Fall of CGE Peterborough Part 5 — What does the future hold?

15 November 2017: Architectural News

The Alberta Association of Architects - Call for Presenters

14 November 2017: Architectural News

Buying better buildings: How governments should hire architects

13 November 2017: Architectural News

UBC Okanagan Teaching and Learning Centre

10 November 2017: Architectural News

Office building is prefab, passivehouse, mostly wood, and beautiful too.

08 November 2017: Architectural News

How architecture shapes your brain

08 November 2017: Architectural News

Modern Ottawa offices changing how companies work

08 November 2017: Architectural News

Making mixed-use developments work in Ottawa

08 November 2017: Architectural News

Tighter building codes are Ottawa's next climate target — and it could cost homeowners up to $35,000

02 November 2017: Architectural News

Ottawa city councillor lashes out at 'lying' developers

02 November 2017: Architectural News

Curtain rises, again, on Ontario Place's Cinesphere

02 November 2017: Architectural News

MasonryWorx for Waterloo architecture students

02 November 2017: Architectural News

Nine architecture and urbanism projects set to transform Toronto

02 November 2017: Architectural News

Entertainment district takes shape

02 November 2017: Architectural News

OAA President visits Windsor in annual meeting with local architects

02 November 2017: Architectural News

Toronto's stunning new sky bridge is now open

01 November 2017: Architectural News

Film festival shines spotlight on how to build an 'awesome' Windsor

30 January 2017: Architectural News

Council Highlights - January 19, 2017 Meeting

27 January 2017: Architectural News

City of Toronto Seeking Public Members for Sign Variance Committee

26 January 2017: Architectural News

Gravenhurst grad tackles climate change impact on future architecture

26 January 2017: Architectural News

Former Kaufman Estate on the block

26 January 2017: Architectural News

Ivy League school offers free online architecture course

26 January 2017: Architectural News

New Netflix documentary series spotlights the work of 8 global designers

26 January 2017: Architectural News

At 90, architecture icon Phyllis Lambert is still fighting city hall

26 January 2017: Architectural News

The screening process

26 January 2017: Architectural News

Transportation Hub at Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Underway

20 January 2017: Architectural News

James S. Ackerman, Author of Enduring Books on Architecture, Dies at 97

20 January 2017: Architectural News

Success by design

20 January 2017: Architectural News

You can spend all night at the architecture school tomorrow

20 January 2017: Architectural News

Light or blight? How Toronto's ugly Aura condo tower came to be

20 January 2017: Architectural News

School of architecture celebrates grand opening

18 January 2017: Architectural News

Canadian Heritage and National Historic Sites introduces Bill to encourage rehabilitation of historic places

18 January 2017: Architectural News

OAA Practice Advisor – Part-time Position Available

18 January 2017: Architectural News

Historic building near Union Station poised for development

18 January 2017: Architectural News

Laneway living gets a new push in Toronto

18 January 2017: Architectural News

The bricks and mortar of Confederation

18 January 2017: Architectural News

RAIC supports Bill C-323

04 January 2017: Architectural News

Smarter Buildings Can Help Canada Hit Its Climate Goals

04 January 2017: Architectural News

Culture Master Plan Focus Group Meetings

03 January 2017: Architectural News

Chatham's Jorden & Cook Architecture Ltd. bought out by Windsor firm

21 September 2016: Architectural News

Congratulations to PLANT Architect Inc. and Perkins + Will Canada

21 September 2016: Architectural News

The redesign of Nathan Phillips Square won Canada's highest architectural honour. This gravel patch is still not finished

21 September 2016: Architectural News

Nathan Phillips Square nominated for Governor General’s Medal in Architecture

16 September 2016: Architectural News

Château Laurier revamp draws online rebuke. What do you think?

16 September 2016: Architectural News

'Back to the drawing board': Ottawa mayor on proposed Château Laurier addition

16 September 2016: Architectural News

New Château Laurier expansion design incites fury online

16 September 2016: Architectural News

Editorial: Château Laurier's proposed design shows some growing pains

16 September 2016: Architectural News

Château nouveau: iconic Ottawa hotel could get big expansion

16 September 2016: Architectural News

Owners of Ottawa's iconic Château Laurier hotel propose huge expansion

16 September 2016: Architectural News

This is what the owners of Ottawa’s iconic Château Laurier hotel are proposing for a new, huge expansion

16 September 2016: Architectural News

Expansion plan for Ottawa’s historic Chateau Laurier sparks social media backlash

13 September 2016: Architectural News

Looking for new talent for your practice?

09 September 2016: Architectural News

Tour of Local Societies 2016

08 September 2016: Architectural News

LORD STANLEY’S GIFT MONUMENT PUBLIC ART COMPETITION FINALISTS DESIGNS UNVEILED

07 September 2016: Architectural News

Gow Hastings Architects shortlisted for SBID International Design Awards 2016