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Oakville approves $54M plan for hospital site redevelopment

June 29, 2017 -

Oakville, Ontario’s Town Council has endorsed a site master plan for the redevelopment of the former Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, a $54 million-dollar project. “It is important for Council that our plan for the hospital lands reflect the needs and wishes of local residents,” said Oakville...

Categories: News, Ontario

Three new directors appointed to Waterfront Toronto

December 8, 2016 -

The Government of Canada has appointed three new directors to the Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors. Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, announced that Sevaun Palvetzian, Janet Rieksts-Alderman, and Mazyar Mortazavi will take positions on the board. The new directors...

Categories: News, Ontario

Celebrating excellence in property redevelopment - The 2016 Brownie Awards

August 8, 2016 -

The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) and Actual Media Inc. are proud to officially announce a new partnership to deliver the 2016 Brownie Awards which, since 2001, have recognized excellence in the remediation and redevelopment of brownfield sites across Canada. “It is our great pleasure to work...

Categories: News

FCM Names Sustainable Communities Award Winners

November 20, 2014 -

Since 2000, Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has celebrated best practices in sustainable community development through its annual Sustainable Community Awards, and FCM announced the 2015 award recipients in six categories: brownfields, energy, neighbourhood development, transportation, waste...

Categories: National

B.C. Government Releases Brownfield Toolkit

September 29, 2011 -

Following the best practice of the Ontario government, the Province of British Columbia has released a toolkit to help local governments remediate and redevelop former gas stations, one of the most common types of brownfields. Back in April, Hemmera was working with the Province to develop a toolkit. The...

Categories: News, Western Canada

Toward a Brownfield Toolkit for British Columbia

April 6, 2011 -

British Columbia is looking to develop a toolkit to help municipalities redevelop former gas stations. The harbour city of Nanaimo hosted two days of collaborative discussion as part of a pilot brownfield planning charette on former service stations. The charette is part of an ongoing project initiated...

Categories: News, Western Canada

CUI Brownie Awards Announced

November 3, 2010 -

The 11th annual Canadian Urban Institute’s  2010 CUI Brownie Awards ceremony, sponsored by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), was held last night at the Westin Prince in Toronto. In addition to recognizing Canada’s commitment to remediation and redevelopment in our own communities...

Categories: National, News

Who Doesn't Like Free Money?

November 3, 2010 -

During a session at Canadian Brownfields yesterday, BCMAL's Scott Bailey said there's been healthy uptake on the Province's funding programs for brownfield remediation/redevelopment. "I mean, who doesn't like free money?" said Bailey. Bailey said smaller communities are really engaged. What's more...

Categories: ReNew Canada Blog

Brownfield Redevelopment Planned in Toronto, Montreal, and Guelph

June 9, 2010 -

The Kilmer Brownfield Equity Fund recently acquired three brownfield properties for redevelopment in Toronto, Montreal, and Guelph. The Fund, established in 2006, is dedicated to the redevelopment of brownfield properties in Canada. In December 2009, the Fund acquired an 11-acre, former automotive...

Categories: News, Ontario, Quebec

Ottawa Changes Brownfield Rehabilitation Grant Program

May 14, 2010 -

Ottawa City Council has approved two changes to the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Program. Infrastructure upgrading and construction offsite will no longer be eligible for grants, and only 50 per cent, compared to the current 100 per cent, of the cost of upgrading onsite water services, sanitary sewers...

Categories: News, Ontario

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