Tridel on Twitter

Tridel is growing on Twitter, with 1,767 followers and 2,090 tweets. Please follow @tridel to get in on the conversation. Or or text “follow tridel” to 21212 to receive SMS updates on your smart phone. Here’s a word cloud of what we have been talking about in 2011 on Twitter. Click to expand! Word cloud […]

BOLT Speak Out

“The money is important for sure,” said Joanne Bin, Executive Director of BOLT. “But if you’re not passionate about what you’re doing, the money isn’t going to make you happy. But if you’re passionate, the money will come. Joanne said this as she started to stir the flames of passion in a large group of […]

NTCI public art reception

A group of twenty high school students snacked on mini cupcakes and learned about how the art world operates on Friday. It was the reception for the public art at North Toronto Collegiate that was commissioned by Tridel and the Toronto District School Board. Three pieces have been installed at this site near Yonge and […]

BOLT Warehouse Sale a great success

This year’s furniture warehouse sale was held from November 24 to 26. New to this year, we also had an online auction during the weeks leading up to the sale. We are happy to announce that both the sale and the auction were great successes, raising over $25,000 for BOLT. BOLT is a Tridel initiative, […]

Jamie James wins Canada Green Building Council Toronto award

“Sustainability is a journey, it’s not a goal,” said Jamie James, Tridel’s Environmental Consultant, at the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) Greater Toronto Chapter Gala. “I don’t think there’s anyone in this room who can claim it as an accomplishment. At least not yet. I know it’s hard to imagine anyone is going to get […]

Tridel’s rooftop solar panels

Tridel has 44 photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of its head office at 4800 Dufferin St. As long as the sun shines it’s producing clean electricity that gets sent into Ontario’s power grid. The solar panels are expected to generate up to 10,000 kWh of electricity a year, enough electricity to power 3 condominium suites. Click […]

Ronald McDonald House – inside look

“A lot of families are coming to a city they’ve never been to, it’s the worst time of their lives, and they’re frightened about their child,” says Judy MacGowan, Director of Development at Ronald McDonald House Toronto. “And then to come to this big city and not know anyone—they’ve left their family, they’ve left their […]

Ten York design, an interview with architect Rudy Wallman

Tridel has just launched a building set to make a striking addition to Toronto’s skyline. “It fits onto a very difficult triangular site between two highways,” says architect Rudy Wallman, of Ten York, which will be bordered by Lake Shore, York and Harbour. “The idea is to get the maximum impact we can get with […]

Ten York in the News

It was a busy day in the press with the announcement of Tridel and Build Toronto’s new 75 storey condominium, Ten York. Register online to receive more information and your preview invitation by email. Ten York Facebook photo gallery is now online. Tridel Talks Ten York blog is now online with lots of great material […]

Public Art at North Toronto Collegiate Institute

Two stunning new public art pieces have been installed to the north and south of North Toronto Collegiate, off of Broadway and Roehampton Avenues near Yonge and Eglinton. They were commissioned by Tridel and the Toronto District School Board as part of the City of Toronto’s Percent for Art Program. At the south end is […]