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2015 RAIC PRESIDENTS INVESTITURE

He received the President’s Medal from the 2014 President Wayne De Angelis, FRAIC, of Vancouver BC.

During his tenure, Mr. De Angelis oversaw a renewed vision and mission for the RAIC, which focuses on advocacy and socially responsible architecture. In his speech, he described socially responsible architecture as “an approach to design that values justice, equality, participation, sharing, sustainability, and engages social issues.”

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Canada Post "Super Box"  Predicament - 2013

OTTAWA Dec. 23, 2013 Canada Post needs to deliver excellent design if it goes ahead with a controversial plan to replace door-to-door service with community mailboxes, says the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).

“Architects and urban designers should be involved in the development and planning of such postal nodes,” says RAIC president-elect Wayne De Angelis.

“They must be considered as part of the urban fabric just as mail slots and post boxes were considered in the planning of our homes,” he says.

Canada Post’s proposal raises many questions. When we are advocating sustainable cities, will people drive to collect their mail?  While we improve accessibility in buildings, how will strollers, wheelchairs and seniors safely reach the clustered boxes in the dark and snow of winter?

“A country such as Japan with unplanned city streets — address numbers are inconsistent and do not follow any specific order — still they deliver mail door-to-door in single-family homes and offices.

“The delivery of mail to homes is not only is an essential service but, it is also about employing individuals.

“In subdivisions I have seen, home owners tend to drive to these boxes instead of walking.”

 

2014 News Release issued by the Manitoba Government.

Thanks to you, Wayne, for your willingness to participate and for doing such a terrific job!

The feedback from the Premier's office was: "Wow! Great to hear such positive feedback from the national body."

It really meant a lot to them, Wayne, and we all appreciated you making the effort in support of the MAA!!

Barbara Biggar

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May 30, 2014 

PREMIER SELINGER ANNOUNCES 
PREMIER'S AWARD FOR DESIGN EXCELLENCE


Award will Recognize Best 
Of Manitoba Architecture, Design

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Manitoba Association of Architects, Premier Greg Selinger announced today that, beginning next year, he will recognize excellence in Manitoba architecture and design with the annual Premier's Award for Design Excellence.  


 "As hundreds of our delegates have experienced first-hand this week as part of our national festival, there is no question that there is a new creative energy in Winnipeg and I thank Premier Selinger for the role he and his government have played in that," said Wayne DeAngelis, president, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.  "Without a doubt, continuing to nurture this design culture while growing the community's appreciation for architecture will only further fan the creative flames and fuel the transformation that is so clearly, once again, at hand, just as it was 100 years ago."


 

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