CaGBC: Canada's green building advocate

A Roadmap for Retrofits
in Canada (2017):
Charting a path forward
for large buildings

CaGBC releases
Canada’s first Zero
Carbon Building

Building Solutions
to Climate Change:
How Green Buildings Can Help Meet Canada’s 2030 Emissions

Energy Benchmarking,
Reporting & Disclosure
in Canada: A Guide to
a Common Framework

Since 2002, CaGBC and its members have made substantial inroads in the proliferation of green buildings across Canada. Fourteen years later, over 34 million square meters have been certified to the LEED® green building rating system in Canada.

The federal government, provinces and many cities have adopted green building policies, and the commercial real estate sector has taken a leadership role in greening office space from coast to coast. But there is more work to be done.

As the only national organization dedicated to green building, the CaGBC represents a broad cross-section
of the industry.

We are well-positioned as the voice of the green building sector to play a catalyzing role in advancing national initiatives, new approaches, partnerships and commitments to see significant advancement in the performance of the built environment.

Interested in finding out more about green building
policy and programs? Contact us.

Current focus areas:

Green Building Policy

Health and Wellness

Energy Benchmarking

Net Zero

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The Hon. Catherine McKenna, Federal Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, welcomed delegates to Building Lasting Change 2017.

Federal Submissions

Read about CaGBC’s ongoing federal advocacy work.

View these reports to read about the latest in green building
and sustainability research

Health and Well-Being

Learn the health benefits of environmental construction and design.

Canada Green Building
Trend Reports

(2014 CaGBC market study)

LEED® in Motion Canada

Demonstrating the global reach and momentum of LEED®

Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Report 2016

Recent study on investment in Canada


Greenbuild Market
Intelligence Reports

The Business Case for
Building Green