Shelagh McCartney reviews a new volume on indigenizing architecture.
Daniel Libeskind’s National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa is a powerful statement—but what does it say?
A new series of weekly webinars by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) is part of the ambitious expansion of its continuing education program.
The Moriyama RAIC International Prize is unique in Canada, and indeed the world, for its emphasis on how great architecture transforms society.
Findings from the Charbonneau Commission were underlined, namely that with lowest-price contracting there is a risk of collusion, undue pressure on bidders’…
The CCA's current exhibition explores how postmodern architecture was deeply connected to social issues and the day-to-day concerns of its creators.
In the past decade, Edmonton has undergone significant population growth that has outpaced most of the country. This phenomenon has acted as the catalyst for…