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The first LEED Canada for Homes-in Review

Welcome to the LEED® for Homes Canada in Review Supplement, the very first publication of its kind. We are pleased to be working with ecoHouse Canada and SABMag on this new feature, as we do with the LEED Year in Review publications each year. It is a great way of recognizing how far green home building in Canada has come in the past decade.

I am proud to say that there were a total of 1, 013 registered and certified LEED for Homes projects in 2013.

The green home building market has been growing steadily over the past decade. I firmly believe that this success proves that more and more people are recognizing that living in sustainably built homes makes sense: for their wallets, for their health and for the environment.

The CaGBC is pleased to be giving credit to all of the professionals involved in the growth of the green home building industry and recognizing them for being at the forefront of green building innovation.

Thank you to those who have participated in this supplement, and congratulations on contributing to projects that give Canadians healthier homes in which to live and raise their families.

Thomas Mueller
President & CEO, CaGBC

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