Homes


Many Canadians don't realize that one of the most significant ways they can make a positive impact on the environment and their overall health is by living in a greener home. Green homes use less energy, water and natural resources, create less waste, and have better indoor air quality and temperature regulation – making them more affordable, durable, comfortable and safe.

In this section, you'll read case studies about a variety of green homes – from LEED certified new builds and renovated spaces – to the cutting-edge design and efficiency of the Passive House standard. You'll also learn how small and large commercial developers are embracing the benefits of green homes, including: higher lease and rental rates, an increase in sales appeal and marketability, and the knowledge that they are contributing to happier, healthier homeowners.

 

 

photo of Edelweiss House

Edelweiss House
Wakefield, Quebec
LEED v4 BD+C: Homes | Platinum

photo of L'Heure Bleue de Charlevoix

L'Heure Bleue de Charlevoix
Saint-Irénée, Charlevoix, Quebec
LEED v4 BD+C: Homes and Multifamily Lowrise | Platinum

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La Géode
Montreal, Quebec
LEED v4 BD+C: Homes and Multifamily Lowrise | Platinum