Jul 12 2022

SBC | Green Building Festival 2022

Where the most innovative minds in sustainable building meet! Invigorate your green building knowledge, build your network, elevate your engagement at the Green Building Festival, Canada’s most comprehensive conference on green building design, operations, technologies, and materials. In the face of today’s prevailing issues, the Green Building Festival theme for 2022 is ‘Positive’. If sustainability […]


Apr 14 2022

UofT Daniels, OCAD, Power Plant Gallery | Breath: Concerning Air & Atmosphere

Breath: Concerning Air & Atmosphere Fri, Apr 22/22 – 12:00pm to 5:00pm Free and open to the public. DA200 and DA315, Daniels Faculty building, 1 Spadina Crescent, Toronto, ON To attend: please fill out this form. Join the in-person graduate symposium, Breath: Concerning Air & Atmosphere, presented by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, OCAD University and the Daniels […]


Apr 6 2022

Design for Resilient Communities Symposium (at UofT Daniels)

A resilient community anticipates, adapts to, and recovers from adversity. The Design for Resilient Communities Symposium, to be held at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, will bring together designers, practitioners, scholars, educators, and activists to discuss how design could contribute to building communities by encouraging […]


Feb 7 2022

Ryerson DAS | M.Arch Symposium 2022: Pandemic Architecture

The global pandemic has substantially impacted the way we live, pushing the field of architecture to completely shift the way it operates. These past two years of living in fragments caused by the pandemic have paved the way for new avenues of design. With the lessons we learned from Covid-19 as well as pandemics of […]


Oct 25 2021

ULI Toronto: ESG Symposium 2021 – The New Urgency

Real Estate and land use professionals across the private, not-for-profit and public sectors are retooling their business strategies to reshape the future of the built environment to meet the increasingly acute demands of the future. The acceleration of global, national and local forces promises to fundamentally shift the trajectory of city building. Bold and trusted […]


Jan 8 2021

Ryerson Master of Architecture Class | Urban Metamorphosis

The Ryerson University Master of Architecture class invites members of the profession to attend this year’s architecture symposium, “Urban Metamorphosis: Resilient Communities” on Saturday, January 30 at 12 pm. The topic invites us to think about resilience and climate change adaptation, particularly in a city context, and hopes to address how the urban landscape will […]


Nov 3 2020

Ryerson ACU | Women in Architecture Symposium

ACU is excited to present their Women In Architecture Symposium, taking place on Wednesday November 18th at 7:30 PM. Come hear 5 amazing and accomplished female architects share their work, experiences and advice to future professionals. Short talks followed by a Q&A will allow you to learn about the industry from the perspective of this […]


Mar 18 2020

POSTPONED | Buildings as Resources: Material Conservation & Sustainability

As a result of COVID-19, ACO Toronto has decided to postpone the 2020 symposium on Buildings as Resources, likely until the fall. What if saving and reusing materials was normal? What happens to demolition materials? Can demolition ever be sustainable? Is sustainability all about operating energy? What about the embodied energy required to build a […]


Jan 24 2020

Horticultural Trades Association | REFERENCE Symposium

REFERENCE is an annual symposium for landscape architects, designers, gardeners and trades. Learn to use ecosystem references in cities bearing the brunt of climate change. This one day session is a practical approach to develop, implement and maintain robust planting designs at all scales. Our task is a multigenerational project to build functional habitats in urban […]


Sep 17 2019

POP // CAN // CRIT 2019

POP // CAN // CRIT is an annual national symposium that promotes excellence in architecture through constructive, critical, professional, and academic discourses on contemporary practice and its peripheries. POP // CAN // CRIT explores the in-between spaces of the profession to challenge the ways we see and understand architecture, current practices, contemporary issues, and to […]