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DESIGNING FOR 2022

COVID-19, millennial influence driving kitchen & bath trends The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), a leader in providing tools, research, certification and events for its 50,000 [...]

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GETTING AROUND IN STYLE

With accessible design making strides, builders’ options are growing This group doesn’t want to be defined by their age or disability, Kafka says. They want their homes to reflect who they [...]

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WILL IT ALL COME TUMBLING DOWN?

Price rise expect to slow, but other factors confound the economic experts Inflation. Rising interest rates. A trades shortage. Housing supply. A looming provincial election. Supply-chain delays [...]

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Pass It On!

Succession planning within the family gets a boost It seemed like an obvious inequity—that you got taxed more harshly if you tried to sell the family business to children or grandchildren than if [...]

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Baby Needs A New Home

New report highlights urgent need to accommodate projected growth The recent federal election officially opens the political season in Ontario, with the provincial election scheduled on or before [...]

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Creative Licence

10 Dazzling designs that allow the architecture to sing Artists don’t like you cutting part of their canvas off in the middle of a painting, nor do writers take kindly to their stories being [...]

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Can You Dig It?

New regulations are breaking ground on excess soil management It’s rather difficult to build a home or condo without having a little dirt left over. OK, a lot of dirt. In fact, an estimated [...]

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The Pandemic Prez

It’s been a unique term for OHBA’s current leader The term “unprecedented times” seems on the tips of everyone’s tongue these days, and so it is for the Ontario Home Builders’ [...]

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In Plain Sight

The Industry Does Not Have To Look To Far To Solve The Trades Shortage While Jane Almey knew there would be many occupational paths for her as a civil engineering graduate, never in her wildest [...]

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Defying The Pundits

Despite recurring predictions of collapse, the housing market has marched onward The housing market is about to crash. Well, it probably will. Or maybe it will. Or maybe not. For two decades, [...]