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RAIC Conference 2020
The RAIC Conference on Architecture is a celebration of Canada's architectural past, the outstanding achievements of today's design professionals, and the opportunities for the architects of tomorrow. Join us this year in Edmonton–a city working towards civic architectural excellence. Throughout four days of programming at the Edmonton Convention Centre and other locations across the city, delegates will network with their peers while learning...  >>
OTTAWA January 20, 2020–The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada wishes to inform our members of an upcoming architectural design competition initiated by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC). An advanced procurement notice is available on Buy and Sell The RAIC is endorsing this procedure and providing Professional Advisors and competition management advisory services to PSPC. The RAIC will oversee the designation of a Jury, review...  >>
Advance your education and career while saving money with the updated RAIC membership benefits package. → advance your career with continuing education→ grow your practice using professional support and resources→ showcase your projects nationally and internationally through the RAIC awards program→ have a voice in advocacy initiatives How to renew Log in to your RAIC member account to renew online using a credit card, or select the cheque...  >>
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After the counting of the ballots, the RAIC is pleased to announce the following new additions to the Board of Directors:   Regional Director, Ontario Southwest   Drew Hauser, FRAIC Director at mcCallumSather Hamilton, ON Drew Hauser is the director at mcCallumSather, where he oversees business development and design. Through his work, Drew has strived to raise the profile of architecture, sustainability, and heritage design among the general...  >>
Silke Stadtmueller is a graduate of the University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe, Germany with a degree in Architecture. She has worked in a number of architecture and multi-disciplinary design firms. During her schooling, she interned at Map Arquitectos in Barcelona, Spain, and Architekten Fabrik n#40 in Berlin, Germany. Immediately following graduation, she was employed as a web designer at redCOR AG in Bern, Switzerland.Silke resumed her...  >>
The RAIC Foundation has received a generous donation to establish a new scholarship.The Vince Catalli Scholarship for Innovation in Sustainable Design will be an annual scholarship for students in the last two years of a registered professional degree program in a Canadian university.Vince Catalli, the donor, is a business development consultant and specialist in sustainable development based in Ottawa.The Foundation expects to award the first...  >>
More than 850 people attended the 2019 RAIC Festival of Architecture in Toronto last month.A heartfelt thank you to all attendees, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, donors, volunteers and RAIC staff for making the six-day event a big success!See photos of the Festival See photos of the College of Fellows ConvocationBy the numbers:Attendees: 823Speakers: 65Tradeshow exhibitors: 56Continuing education sessions: 22Tours: 16Special events: 15Plenaries...  >>
OTTAWA, November 5, 2019 — The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) invites submissions for the Emerging Architectural Practice Award, the Architectural Firm Award, the Prix du XXe Siècle, and the Emerging Architect Award.The RAIC is also calling for nominations for the 2020 recipient of its highest honour, the Gold Medal.The deadline for submissions is 12 a.m. EST, Friday, January 24, 2020. Applying is quick and easy with the RAIC’s...  >>
TORONTO, October  25, 2019 – The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) is pleased to announce the Baha’i Temple of South America in Santiago, Chile as the winner of the 2019 RAIC International Prize. The architects are Hariri Pontarini Architects of Toronto, Canada. The winner was revealed on October 25, 2019, during an awards ceremony and gala at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, attended by over 260 members of the Canadian and...  >>

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