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Canadian Handbook of Practice (CHOP)
CHOP establishes a reference document for concise and current information to assist architects in Canada and provides an instructional resource for architectural students, intern architects and others. CHOP is the result of a great collaborative effort by the architectural profession from every region of the country. CHOP is available free for OAA members.…
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Mastering The Business of Architecture (MBA)
The MBA presents business and management information, targeted to architects in an easy-to-read, resource guide format. It is an educational resource that helps architect learn to deal with the business challenges of the market economy. It also helps architects educate their clients and prospective clients about the value of architectural services. The MBA is now available free for OAA members....
Election Issues Position Paper
The OAA, for the first time, has compiled a list of election considerations for parties to consider in the 41st government. The publication Election Issues Position Paper reinforces the OAA as the voice of the architectural profession in the Province of Ontario.
Site Plan Approval Process in Ontario
October 10, 2013
The Report by Bousfields Inc. and Altus Group for the Ontario Association of Architects is a review of the Site Plan approval process in Ontario and examines how architects, developers municipalities and end users are impacted.
Report to Members of the Ontario Association of Architects
AN independent due diligence review for pro-demnity
Most practices establish standard office forms to use for all projects and office management based on templates from the RAIC, OAA and CCDC. For more information, see link to the: