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Clearing The Path

Provincial Government Passes New Housing Legislation On April 23, the provincial government passed the More Homes for Everyone Act, 2022. This legislation moves forward a number of critical [...]

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Oasis

The rise of the bathroom sanctuary In the 2022 National Kitchen + Bath Design Trends report, NKBA members were asked to predict the average footprint of bathroom projects of a typical client over [...]

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Balanced Diet

Defining the future urban boundary recipe will require multiple ingredients If  you walked into a dinner party with the sole intention of setting the home ablaze in riotous debate, it’s hard to [...]

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Walk In The Park

Inspired Landscape Architecture The City of Markham takes the Burr Oak seriously. As the city’s official tree, its leaf and acorn appear on all park signs. Consequently, a large Burr Oak on a [...]

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A Vote Of Confidence

As the provincial election looms, where do party leaders stand on housing issues? On or before June 2, Ontarians will head to the polls to determine who will lead them into the immediate future, [...]

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The Right Fit

When casting your ballot, you need to ask who offers the best devices to address a mounting crisis As we prepare to head to the polls, many Ontarians are wondering whether they can afford a place [...]

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

Time, money and a whole new set of parameters is making sustainable building and transparency a challenge—but a necessary one Halfway through his webinar, Purposeful Disruption: Change for Good, [...]

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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 When Linda Kafka’s mother and others of that generation had to incorporate accessibility products and features [...]

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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 [...]