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Overall view of the revitalized site

Ottawa Architects Propose ‘Radical Rehabilitation’, Addition, Zero Carbon for 24 Sussex Drive

Ottawa-based Architecture, Urbanism and Conservation firm MTBA Associates has proposed a “radical rehabilitation” for the Prime Minister’s official Residence at 24 Sussex Drive, Ottawa.

St. Lawrence News: Brockville Railway Tunnel Committee seeks input on park plan

The Brockville Railway Tunnel Committee continues to reach out to the community as the multi-million-dollar project moves forward and evolves.

Brockville Recorder: Plenty of ideas for Brockville tunnel

Art is long, the saying goes, but life is short. Members of Brockville’s arts community have no shortage of ideas

Brockville Recorder: Designs unveiled for north end of tunnel

Brockville residents got a sneak review this week on what the next phase of the city’s railway tunnel project might

Wellington Street in context (Doublespace)

NORR/MTBA Win Coveted 2017 Canadian Green Building Award

The Sir John A. Macdonald Building Rehabilitation and Adaptive Reuse project received the 2017 Canadian Green Building Award in the

Ottawa Life Magazine: Featuring Moose

Making Tracks There’s a Moose on the Loose and It’s Making Commercial Rail a Reality in the Capital There’s been

MOOSE Rail: One Step Closer to Reality

MOOSE Rail is an emerging “green” regional transit railway system in the National Capital Region based upon reuse of existing

Sir John A. Macdonald Building Achieves Highest Possible Eco-Rating

The Sir John A. Macdonald Building was rehabilitated with environmental sustainability in mind. The project is Green Globes certified and earned the highest

Compact urban form providing more efficient heating and increased density, Halifax (image source: Shelley Bruce)

Building Resilience Practical Guidelines for the Rehabilitation of Buildings in Canada Officially Launches

The Federal / Provincial / Territorial Collaboration on Historic Places in Canada Working Group has released Building Resilience: Practical Guidelines

Looking north in the atrium highlighting the new feature stair with the addition on the left and the existing building on the right (Doublespace)

Hill Times: Featuring the Sir John A. Macdonald Building

‘It’s a very small building, but it’s very rich,’ new Hill space opens with Sir John A. Macdonald Building addition