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Introduction to the Passive House Canada Standard and Projects
This webinar will provide a brief history of Passive House in Canada and outline the unique components of this high-performance building standard. We will also present some Canadian Passive House Certified projects and a brief Case Study of a recent project in British Columbia. Join the BCSEA and Passive House Canada to learn more at this free webinar on October 4!

Oct 4, 2022 11:00 AM in Vancouver

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Rebecca Sorbara
Founder, Montsera Project Solutions @Passive House Canada
Rebecca is the founder of Montsera Project Solutions, a mutli-faceted project management consulting company specializing in guiding high performance projects for both new and existing buildings. Rebecca is a Certified Passive House Consultant and a certified Project Management Professional. She lives in the Metro Vancouver area and spends her spare time exploring the area with her husband and two daughters.​
Scott Kennedy
Principal @Cornerstone Architecture
Scott has been a principal of Cornerstone Architecture, currently a 15 employee firm, since 1988. He is a Professional Engineer with a degree from University of Alberta and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from UBC. Scott has committed Cornerstone Architecture to start the conversation about Passive House and its principles with each new client. The firm has had success and currently has an 85 suite mixed use 6 storey wood frame Passive House building under construction, and 11 additional Passive House projects at various stages of development.
Chris Balland
Chief Executive Officer @Passive House Canada
A passionate advocate for better buildings, Passive House Canada CEO Chris Ballard has led several high-profile elected positions within the Ontario government, including Ontario’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, where he implemented the government’s plan for a clean environment and a sustainable economy. He was also Ontario’s Minister of Housing and Minister Responsible for the province’s Poverty Reduction Strategy. His leadership across journalism, communications and public affairs includes terms as President and Board member of the Public Affairs Association of Canada, and Board member of the Consumers Council of Canada. He has also served as a municipal councillor in Aurora, Ontario. Chris was CEO and President of a public affairs company for more than 25 years before entering provincial politics.