Respectful Update

PHOTOGRAPHY: JEAN-FRANCOIS GRÉGOIRE The 1970s — the decade that brought us split levels, large windows and great flow — are...

Saving The World One Garden At a Time

PHOTOGRAPHY: JOYELLE WEST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUIg_M_qjS0 Canadian by Design Series: Internationally acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie discusses his career – from Expo ’67...

After The Fire

After The Fire

New Orleans's oldest neighbourhood is known as the French Quarter. Yet examples of the New France style of architecture are...

The Mercier Bridge

The Mercier Bridge

The Honoré Mercier Bridge, more usually called the Mercier Bridge by locals, was the fourth bridge built to span the...

Curved and Quirky

Curved and Quirky

Iconic and quirky, for 90 years the Jacques Cartier Bridge has connected Montrealers — and in unexpected ways. Montreal was...

The Greening of Home

The Greening of Home

Jennifer Lynn Walker calls herself an “eco-realtor.” This Montreal real estate broker  says she’s interested in “anything and everything to...

Built To Last

Built To Last

Like the ancient Greeks and Romans, the Victorians built structures to last. Be they buildings or bridges, we are still...

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