This is a summary of items of interest for the Board of Directors for the Real Property Institute of Canada.
Urban growth boundaries are created by governments in an effort to concentrate urban development—buildings, roads, and the utilities that support them—within a defined area.
On Dec 4, 2019, the Province of Ontario passed Regulation 407/19, which is an amendment to the Records of Site Condition Regulation 153/04.
The CSA Group, with the support of the Standards Council of Canada, has designed a new standard that aims to reduce the impact of intense flooding events on new communities.
Petro-Canada says it has completed a cross-Canada network of electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers, with more than 50 sites located in small towns and big cities.
In a courtroom in British Columbia Monday, Indigenous communities were arguing the federal government overstepped in approving the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
In an unprecedented move, five major private real estate companies have voluntarily disclosed data on energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and water use from more than 700 buildings in their portfolios
Water suppliers across the nation could be required to sample for manmade “forever chemicals” in an attempt to gauge just how prevalent the contaminants are in drinking supplies.