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Change to Toronto sewers bylaw on tap for Jan. 1
Toronto’s public works and infrastructure committee recently voted to adopt a proposed environmental code of practice for food service establishments. If it clears a final vote at City Council on Dec. 9, owners and operators of food service establishments will have to comply fully with the code starting Jan. 1, 2016.
Former Armouries to become UWindsor facility
The former Armouries building located in downtown Windsor, Ont., will soon be home to the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts.
Shauna Levy to be honoured by IDC/IIDA
Shauna Levy, president of Design Exchange (DX), will be honoured with the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Leadership Award of Excellence by the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) for her contributions to the Canadian interior design industry.

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State-of-the-art Oakville hospital to open Dec. 13
Following an Ontario investment of up to $2.27 billion, the new state-of-the-art Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital is set to open its doors on Dec. 13.
1000 Islands Duty Free voted best restroom
Cintas Canada has crowned the bathrooms at the 1000 Islands Duty Free Shop in Lansdowne, Ont. as Canada’s Best Restroom, following a public vote on the top five restrooms in the country.
IIDEXCanada to feature new national summits
IIDEXCanada 2015, taking place on December 2 and 3, is introducing three new national summits that will challenge significant issues impacting the future of designers, architects, building owners and the real estate industry.
For Gen Y, health impacts workplace productivity
According to the 2015 Sun Life Canadian Health Index, more than four out of every five Canadians believe that employers are responsible for supporting their employees’ physical and mental health.

The rise of integrated facility management
An increasing number of facility managers are looking to integrated services in their quest to improve quality of life in the workplace. This has been borne out by a recent survey of international facility management (FM) professionals conducted with Sodexo and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors contacts.
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