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There they go again – US re-establishes aluminum tariffs, Canada to retaliate

Trump announced on Aug. 6, that the U.S. plans to put a 10 percent tariff on Canadian aluminum ingots entering the U.S., effective Aug. 16. In response, Ottawa is threatening $3.6 billion in retaliatory tariffs on American aluminum goods entering Canada.

BIM for curtainwall systems: Effectively meeting the BIM requirement to benefit your business

Building Information Modeling has become the gold standard in the building industry over the last 20 years. Building owners and investors expect to see 3D digital models before a shovel goes in the ground and beyond.

2020 CDBI Virtual Conference announced

The Canadian Design-Build Institute will be hosting its annual conference on October 22, 28, and 29 virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event will be attended by and accessible to members of all sectors of the Canadian construction industry – including owners, consultants, contractors, and providers of allied services.
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Colin + Justin's Newly Designed Haliburton Cottage, sold for 2.1 Million

Watching Colin + Justin whittle away at their various design projects within Longbeach was a pleasant distraction from the daily doom and gloom of COVID-19 news feeds. The ever-charming duo created well balanced spaces, infused the entire environment with daylight, cleaned up sight lines and ultimately decorated the space with trendy objects and furniture - most of which of their own product designs via Homesense » Learn more

Built on air

Natural light floods the interior of the new Nunavut Arctic College expansion at the Nunatta campus in Iqaluit, the capital city of Nunavut. To help keep out the Arctic cold, which can dip as low as nearly minus 50 degree Celsius, some of the windows contain a remarkable material called aerogel. » Read more

GlassBuild Connect

Date: Date: Sept. 1 - 30, 2020 » Learn More

Marketplace by WinDoor

Date: Nov. 18 - 19, 2020 » Learn More