Press Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Zibi

Builders lead charge to green Ottawa’s urban heart

By Sheila Brady, Ottawa Citizen – Published on: March 30, 2016 You can almost feel the green seismic shift rumbling through Ottawa triggered by a...

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What the LeBreton Flats Redevelopment means to Zibi

With Zibi sitting on the edge of LeBreton Flats, you could imagine our excitement when the NCC announced it was taking proposals for this seemingly...

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Gatineau City Council approves Zibi site plan and first phase of redevelopment

Ottawa, January 27, 2016 – Gatineau City Council has approved all of the development conditions related to the Zibi re-development project in downtown Gatineau. It...

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Zibi transformation officially starts today

Construction underway to transform riverfront lands into a sustainability showpiece Gatineau, December 10, 2015 – Two years since announcing its plans to purchase and transform...

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Windmill statement regarding Ontario Municipal Board’s decision to dismiss Zibi appeals

Ottawa, November 17, 2015 Windmill Development Group welcomes the Ontario Municipal Board’s clear and unequivocal decision to dismiss the appeals that were filed following the...

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National Indigenous Council of Elders Endorsement of Zibi

The friendships that have evolved between Windmill and Memengweshii is an exemplary step towards reconciliation. Such friendships will be the key to progress. September 29,...

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Kitigan Zibi’s Decontie Construction awarded $4.5 million Hydro Quebec project

First off-reserve project for First Nations company slated to work at Windmill’s Zibi Kitigan Zibi, October 8, 2015 – Kitigan Zibi’s only general contracting company,...

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AFN chief praises ‘relationship-building’ between Zibi developers, First Nations

Perry Bellegarde says the $1.2-billion development on unceded Algonquin territory is a positive example of “relationship-building.” By: Lucy Scholey Metro Published on Wed Sep 09 2015 Original...

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Valley Voices – A harmful step back

By BRENDA ODJICK, THE LOW DOWN – Published on: July 8th, 2015 We are the members of a newly established council called Memengweshii. Inspired by ancestral Algonquin-Anishinabe...

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