Canadian Architect


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Job Posting: Assistant Editor


In Memoriam: Robert Gretton


Boom-Time Beginnings

A discussion of the national and cultural context of 1955 sheds light on the beginnings of The Canadian Architect, as it was then known.

Editorial: Celebrating 60 Years

Editor Elsa Lam takes a look back through The Canadian Architect's archives.

Grande Prairie Regional College

Completed in 1976, Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC), designed by Douglas Cardinal, FRAIC, was an early embodiment of many of the architect’s principles of design.

At Home With Jim Murray

When we purchased 6A Kendal Avenue in Toronto almost four years ago, my husband and I had no idea of its true legacy. Only later did we learn that it had once been home to Canadian Architect founding editor Jim Murray.

Editorial: Introducing New Editor Elsa Lam

Almost a decade ago, I filed my first article as a freelance contributor to Canadian Architect. Now, it is my privilege to accept the position of editor at this magazine.

Editorial: Ian Chodikoff, Signing Off

I end my involvement at Canadian Architect with a greater appreciation for my profession than when I began my journey as Editor nine years ago.