A new condo building which will house thirty-six individual units has been given the go-ahead in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. To be constructed on a piece of land just North of  Highway 401, the building will be a construction that goes over and above the Accessibility for Ontarian's with Disabilities Act (AODA). The project has been in the making for three years and will benefit the local community immensely, by adding to the infrastructure which has been part of the city's long term strategy since 2012. It is hoped that the building work will begin in June of this year and completed by 2021. To read the story in full head over to Global News Canada

Michael Holden

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