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April 28, 2021
 
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B.C. construction industry survey reveals strength despite pandemic challenges
 
B.C. construction industry survey reveals strength despite pandemic challenges
 
The findings of a new survey by the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) shows strength in the construction industry despite pandemic challenges.
 
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OAA reveals five selections for SHIFT2021 resiliency/architecture challenge
 
OAA reveals five selections for SHIFT2021 resiliency/architecture challenge
 
The Ontario Association of Architects’ biennial SHIFT Challenge event celebrates five ideas exemplifying how architectural thinking is uniquely positioned to respond to the concept of resiliency.
 
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Alberta mountain village receives first Built Green ‘Community’ certification
 
Alberta mountain village receives first Built Green ‘Community’ certification
 
Phase One of the Spring Creek Mountain Village in Canmore, Alta., is the first project to be certified with Built Green Canada’s ‘Communities’ pilot program.
 
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Big Box
 
BIG designs a continuous loop for telecom firm Oppo’s R&D HQ
 
BIG designs a continuous loop for telecom firm Oppo’s R&D HQ
 
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) designs mobile communications company Oppo’s new R&D Headquarters as an infinity loop on the Hangzhou horizon in China.
 
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Anya Moryoussef wins RAIC 2021 Emerging Architect Award
 
Anya Moryoussef wins RAIC 2021 Emerging Architect Award
 
Toronto-based architect Anya Moryoussef wins the 2021 Emerging Architect Award by the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada (RAIC).
 
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Feature
 
Fire-rated and high-security glazing demand a secure installation
 
When it comes to fire safety and security, windows and spacious glass walkways and doors may seem like a clear entry point for disaster, and the truth is, they can be. Despite the fact that the fire-rated and security glazing industry has developed many products for new installation and renovations that can withstand fires, massive explosions, or targeted attacks, these heavyweight systems have a major weakness, too, often overlooked by contractors: improper installation.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
CSC Edmonton holds annual chapter meeting
 
 
CSC Ottawa discusses the mass timber revolution
 
 
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B.C. government invests in 12 mass timber projects
 
 
Stantec and KPMB Architects to transform SickKids’ Toronto campus
 
 
Canada investing $1.5M into green and inclusive community buildings
 
 
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