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Timesheets: A Cruel Hoax

Rick Linley, former Chief Operating Officer at Smith Carter Architects and Engineers Inc. in Winnipeg, considers why timesheets are a cruel hoax in the day-to-day workings of an architect.

Because it’s 2017: Gender Diversity in Canada’s Architecture Profession

The state of diversity in the profession has been under increasing scrutiny both inside and outside of Canada.


New Visions for Social Housing

Housing affordability is reaching a crisis point in many Canadian cities. How can architects learn from the past to build social housing for a new generation of residents?

Editorial: Crossing Borders

The TPP is most often associated with the free trade of goods, but an important component of the agreement is also the exchange of services—including architectural expertise.


Re:Practice

A student-organized symposium at Ryerson University explores alternative ways to practice architecture.