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Getting Around

With a rise in the number of aging Canadians will come a parallel rise in mobility issues, something the residential sector is typically slow to react to. A new awards program is aiming to combat that.

Raising a building’s I.Q.

The promise of the Internet has hit a wall – not a figurative wall, but the real brick and mortar kind. Whereas greenfield design in state-of-the-art data centres and brand new hospitals and commercial high-rises are showing us that…

‘CO’me together

Salutogenesis is a term coined in the 1970s by Aaron Antonovsky, an Israeli professor of medical sociology. A tongue-twister that melds the Latin for “health” (salus) and the Greek for “origin” (genesis), it…

Welcome Back, Oak Street

“No one wanted to live there...the dirt always won... almost anything was better than home, or Oak Street.” Those words from the 1953 film A Farewell to Oak Street, now archived with the National Film Board of Canada, give us a…