At its fall Board Meeting held on November 18-19, 2022, in Banff, AB, the Canadian Architectural Certification Board welcomed three newly elected Directors to the Board: Baldwin Hum, Shane Laptiste, and George Cotaras. Lisa Landrum’s term was renewed for three years to allow her to fulfill her new President’s role for a two-year term. The Board expressed its deepest thanks and recognition to the departing Director and past president, Nathalie Dion, for her leadership and contribution during her term.
The CACB is pleased to publish the supplemental report of Phase 1 of its joint research with Mitacs, which analyzed Accreditation data from 2003 to 2019 to identify trends in Canadian architectural education. The report consists of a narrative analysis to accompany Comparative Data Graphs (2022) and CACB Research Report phase one, published in September 2021.
The CACB is pleased to announce its new strategic plan for 2022-2025, developed over the last year and approved by the CACB Board at its Fall meeting on November 18-19, 2022.
The Strategic Plan 2022-2025 is the culmination of many rounds of consultation with the Members and helps frame this forward-looking document.
We greatly appreciate their engagement.
The CACB Conference was held on October 27-30, 2022, at the Marriott Hotel in Ottawa, ON. More than 120 delegates representing the profession took part in discussions and workshops pertaining to the Conference theme.
The Regulatory Organizations of Architecture in Canada (ROAC) announce an amendment to the Internship in Architecture Program (IAP) Program regarding the Students’ Eligibility for the pre-graduation experience.
The CACB Board of Directors is pleased to support of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and acknowledges the RAIC’s recent formal adoption of this Declaration by overwhelming support of its members.
CACB will be participating at this Toronto Society of Architects information session on Oct. 27, 2021.
The Canadian Architectural Certification Board’s Research Committee has released its Phase 1 report aimed at creating a foundation of data for future phases of research to engage more directly with the status of architectural education and the profession of architecture in a Canadian context.
The Board of Directors at the Canadian Architectural Certification (CACB) recently signed an Equitable Climate Action Commitment formalizing the organization’s responsibility to address climate change mitigation and adaptation through timely and ethical climate planning and action. This commitment sets a course for this organizational priority, with carbon neutrality and equity as the primary outcomes.
In response to COVID-19, The Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) has adopted a series of measures and actions to maintain its operations and to ensure its staff, volunteers, and partners’ safety.