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Architects Pen Open Letter Opposing Ontario's Bill 23
Architecture, design and planning firms are voicing their dissent with Premier Doug Ford's controversial Bill 23.See the Story
Ottawa's 24 Sussex Drive is a National Embarrassment
The National Capital Commission has announced that the Prime Minister's residence at 24 Sussex Drive in Ottawa will be closed indefinitely.See the Story
Education · Toronto
In their own words: Indigenous people in Toronto on what reconciliation means to them
More than 150,000 First Nations, M�tis and Inuit children were forced to attend residential schools between the 1870s and 1997. Estimates of how many children died while at those schools vary, but experts agree that number is in the thousands. The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a time to reflect and remember all the Indigenous children who didn't make it home like she did.See the Story
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Stay punctual and stylish by adopting one of 2022's best modern watch designs that conveys an appreciation for form and function.See the Story
France · France
A Sculptural Sports Facility Lands in Laval, France
Designed by Paris firm Hérault Arnod Architectures, Espace Mayenne reinvigorates a former military site with its undulating white structure.See the Story
Leslie Kern: This Ain't Your Parents' Gentrification
In an excerpt from her new book, author and academic Leslie Kern traces the roots of gentrification — from 1960s London to 2000s Toronto.See the Story
A Tokyo Apartment Complex Doubles as a Musical Hub
Ryuichi Sasaki Architecture deftly combines an unconventional mix of uses while showing deference to a historic neighbourhood.See the Story
Hometown · Hometown
Jack Diamond, 1932-2022: Remembering a Canadian Icon
An architect and a civic leader, Jack Diamond leaves behind a resonant legacy in his adopted hometown of Toronto — and around the world.See the Story
A New Paradigm for Affordable Housing in L.A.
Brooks Scarpa leverages L.A.'s signature courtyard typology at the Rose Apartments to create a space centred on community.See the Story