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Winning projects of 2017 Canadian Green Building Awards represent best in sustainable building

The winners of the 10th annual Canadian Green Building Awards, a program hosted by Sustainable Architecture & Building [SABMag] in collaboration with the Canada Green Building Council, represent some of the best examples of sustainable, high-performance building design in Canada. Projects were awarded in nine categories and can be seen here: http://www.sabmagazine.com/winners2017.html
The massive Marine Gateway in Vancouver has all the components of a complete community, whereas the De Waal House in Edmonton is designed for net zero energy. The LEED Platinum Amber Trails Community School in Winnipeg shows how design can extend the reach of a school, while Eva’s Phoenix, a converted warehouse in Toronto, creates a supportive community for at-risk youth. 
Queen Richmond Centre West in Toronto demonstrates adaptive re-use of heritage buildings, while the restoration of the Sir John A. Macdonald Building in Ottawa integrates new building systems into historic architectural elements. Also in Toronto, River City Phase 1 and 2 addresses the challenges of living sustainably within a dense urban environment, while the Lockport Beach House on the Nova Scotia coast offers an alternative view of ‘touching the Earth lightly’. And finally, the Gare Fluviale, a ferry terminal in Lévis, Québec, makes an elegant experience for two million passengers per year. 

2017 Winners- Canadian Green Building Awards
De Waal Net Zero House, Edmonton, De Waal Developments. Technical Award/ Prix technique
Lockeport Beach House, Nova Scotia. Nova Tayona Architects. Residential [Small] Award/Prix résidentiel (petite taille) 
River City Phase 1 & 2, West Don Lands, Toronto. Saucier+Perrotte Architectes and ZAS Architects. Residential [Large] Award/ Prix résidentiel (grande taille)
Queen Richmond Centre West, Toronto, Sweeny&Co Architects Inc. Commercial/Industrial [Large] Award/ Prix commercial/industriel (grande taille)
Gare fluviale [Ferry Station] de Lévis, Quebec, Gagnon Letellier Cyr Ricard Mathieu & Associé Architectes. Institutional [Small] Award/Prix institutionnel (petite taille)
Amber Trails Community School. Winnipeg. Prairie Architects Inc. Institutional [Large] Award/Prix institutionnel (grande taille)
Sir John A. Macdonald Building. Ottawa, NORR Limited and MTBA Associates Inc. Existing Building Upgrade Award/Prix amélioration/rénovation d’un bâtiment existant
Eva’s Phoenix. Toronto, LGA Architectural Partners. Interior Design Award/Prix design intérieur
Marine Gateway. Vancouver, Perkins+Will. Mixed Use Award/ Prix usage mixte