The Portage Place Shopping Centre in downtown Winnipeg will be redeveloped into a $500-million diverse three-part campus, connecting a healthcare centre, housing, retail, neighbourhood services, and urban green spaces.
Recently opened, BMO Place is a 32,516-m2 (350,000-sf) workspace for the Bank of Montreal (BMO) within Toronto’s Eaton Centre at Yonge-Dundas Square. The workplace has repurposed a former Sears office into a transformative space with accessibility, inclusion, and collaboration in mind.
Accessibility is generally recognized as an important element of architectural design practice. Over the past two decades, municipalities, provinces, and territories across the country developed various policies, guidelines, and codes aiming to improve accessibility of public buildings and spaces, as well as dwellings.
The Scarborough Subway Extension Stations, Rail and Systems (SRS) project in Greater Toronto will extend the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)’s Line 2 subway service, replace the existing Line 3, connect to Line 5, GO train and buses, TTC buses, and Durham Region Transit to offer quick and seamless access to city’s downtown and reduce travel times.
The Minoru Centre in Richmond, British Columbia, is the recipient of the 2021 architecture prize for accessibility from the International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Paralympic Committee (IPC), and International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IASLF).
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