A Saanich, BC. home is the first certified with the CHBA's Net Zero Label
Performance: Passive Solar Index 15
Registration date: February 12, 2015
Region: Saguenay, Quebec
Type of construction: Single-family New home
The Living Building Challenge is the most rigorous and comprehensive of all building rating systems, certified on merit alone after 12 months of occupancy.
Presented by SAB Magazine (Sustainable Architecture and Building) and the CaGBC (Canada Green Building Council), the Canadian Green Building Awards 2013 is o...
Home rating systems can offer an independent and credible third party appraisal of the health, durability and performance of a home.
The Endeavour Centre in Peterborough, ON sets its sights on the Living Building Challenge
Soon to be riding along with the Natural Resources Canada R-2000 program will be a new pilot project that will recognize builders who achieve net zero energy...
Better houses can be cheaper to live in from day one. Why build a less comfortable, and less efficient home if it actually costs more?
Three homes designed to approach or achieve Net Zero Energy consumption are now complete in the Belgravia neighbourhood in Edmonton.
The Windsor Park Net Zero House in Edmonton wins 2017 Canadian Green Building Award in Technical category.
Alberta’s first Net Zero community will comprise include 27 pre-fabricated homes.
Presented by SAB Magazine and the CaGBC (Canada Green Building Council), the 2018 Canadian Green Building Awards are open to all.
It's that time of year when the Canadian Green Building Awards are granted. Among this years winners: MEC's Head Office
Add another chapter to the sustainability story of Okanagan College’s Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Building Technologies and Renewable En...
With 135 registrations and 202 certifications between January 1 and April 30, 2015, the Canada Green Building Council calls a strong start to the year in Gre...