Editorial: Château Laurier Showdown

Ever since initial renderings of a proposed addition to Ottawa's Chateau Laurier were released in 2016, there has been public outcry against the modernist…

State of the Nation

What is on the minds of architects in different regions of Canada? To find out, Canadian Architect spoke to dozens of architects from coast to coast—to coast.

State of the Nation: The North

The Indigenous population is Canada’s fastest growing demographic, with some 1.6 million Indigenous people in the 2016 census, and an anticipated growth to over…

State of the Nation: Atlantic

The postcard view of Canada’s Atlantic coast is dotted with small, colourful clapboard houses sitting by the ocean. But in some parts of the Atlantic, that’s…

State of the Nation: Quebec

“It’s busier than I’ve ever seen it,” says Gavin Affleck of Montreal’s Affleck de la Riva architects, who has practiced for 30 years. “Students and graduates…

State of the Nation: Ontario

Procurement is a big issue for architects across the country, including for Ontario architects who work in the institutional sector. Public- private…

State of the Nation: Manitoba

Over the past two decades, Winnipeg has gone through a cultural and commercial renaissance, with residents returning to live and work in the urban core, and a…



20jun(jun 20)1:00 am29sep(sep 29)1:00 amTaillibert: Volumes et lumière

07sep(sep 7)12:00 pm05oct(oct 5)5:00 pmSylvain Lessard MONUMENTS ExhibitionAngell Gallery, Toronto