Egale Centre Forges Ahead by Sustainable

Egale is moving forward with plans to create a shelter for queer and trans youth in Toronto’s Downtown East.

Egale plans to renovate a building at 257 Dundas St E, at the intersection of Dundas St E and Pembrooke St, and turn it into 30 beds of transitional housing.

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Proud to be Part of Green by Sustainable

Already considered Canada’s largest environmental education facility, the Kortright Centre in Kleinburg Ont. is now on the cusp of also becoming the country’s first-ever BRE (Building Research Establishment) Innovation Park and an integral part of a global web of similar parks.

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S.TO Featured in Globe and Mail by Sustainable

This spring, Toronto management consultant Ali Lila and his contractors will begin work on a residential project he and his wife have dreamed about for years – a four-bedroom house constructed to achieve ambitious energy efficiency goals using innovative technology and smart design. Lila, 43, also wants their new home to be socially and financially sustainable, suited to both an evolving family and rising hydro prices. He expects to move in by Christmas, 2017. A year later, he plans to take it off the grid.

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