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Canadian Architect
Canadian Architect is a magazine for architects and related professionals practicing in Canada. Canada's only monthly design publication, Canadian Architect has been in continuous publication since 1955.
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    Benches will honour Pentagon terror attack victims

    March 4, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    The Pentagon’s Sept. 11 memorial will be 184 “light benches” each inscribed with a victim’s name, under the final flight path of hijacked American Airlines Flight 77, the US Defense Department said yesterday. The memorial, designed by Julie Beckman and

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    Montreal to host 31st Congress of the IAHS

    March 4, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    The 31st Congress of the International Association for Housing Science will be hosted in Montreal by McGill University, Concordia University and the Universite de Montreal, June 23 to 27. More information is available at http://www.iahs31.com

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    Expansion to Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, British Columbia

    February 28, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Garyali Architect Inc. of Victoria, B.c. is currently designing a $10 million expansion to the library building at Malaspina University-College in Nanaimo, B.C. which will double in size as a result, to 58, 577 square feet for a student population

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    Canadian Construction Innovation Forum to be held in Calgary

    February 27, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    The National Steering Committee for Innovation in Construction (NSCIC) will be presenting a proposal for the implementation of a national innovation strategy at the Second Canadian Construction Innovation Forum to be held in May in Calgary.The committee, chaired by Dev

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    Canadian Students Garner Mention at International Competition for Ephemeral Structures in the City of Athens

    February 24, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    An open anonymous international competition for projects from professional architects and ideas from students of architecture for Ephemeral Structures in the City of Athens, Greece under the aegis of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games has been judged.The competition, which has

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    Yonge-Eglinton twin towers on the rocks

    February 19, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Last July, two developers went to Europe with two architects. The developers were Alan Greenberg, executive vice-president of Ottawa-based MintoUrban Communities Inc., and Chris Sherriff-Scott, Minto point man for the controversial towers the company is erecting at Yonge Street and

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    Best and worse of the UK, 2002

    February 14, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    According to the January, 2003 edition of RIBAJ, the journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the best building in the UK in 2002 is the Women’s Library and Archive in London by Wright & Wright Architects. London was

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    Dubai Bank flagship.

    February 14, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Core Architects Inc. have designed the flagship branch of the Dubai Bank, situated at the base of the World Trade Tower in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A dramatic public facade of glass on the banking side of the building emphasizes

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    Canada Council announces new policy in support of architecture

    February 11, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    The Canada Council for the Arts has announced today the creation of a policy insupport of architecture, which has been in the process of being designed for two years. A need was identified for the position of an Architecture Officer,

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    Archiseek.com adds Winnipeg.

    February 6, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    A website aiming to create discussion on architecture between architects and the public has added a section on the architecture of Winnipeg. The vast range of twentieth century architecture including the Chicago School warehouses and the Legislature Building motivated the

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