More about us and what we do!
Created under the Alberta Real Estate Act, the Alberta Real Estate Foundation is a nonprofit organization that makes strategic investments, forms partnerships, and supports initiatives that benefit Albertans through the real estate industry. Since 1991, the Foundation has invested $27.5 million in nearly 700 initiatives across Alberta. The initiatives we fund advance and improve real estate-related education for professionals and consumers, law reform, and research, and seek innovative industry and community solutions. A stronger real estate industry is a stronger Alberta.
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is a renowned educational institution focused on action-based learning, solution-focused research, and industry partnerships to shape the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and pioneers.
This project is brought to you by the Green Building Technologies Tech-Access Centre (GBTAC), made of engineers, architectural professionals, environmental professionals, industrial engineering designers and fabrication trades. Their industry experience ensures that projects align with the needs of industry, thus transforming the green building industry in Alberta. SAIT and the GBTAC team value collaborations with many institutions, trade associations and non-governmental organizations.
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RFS Energy brings people together to propel planning, research and climate change policy into the marketplace.
With 50+ years of combined experience working with nonprofits, think tanks, 25+ utilities and government agencies across Canada, the RFS Energy team draws from unique experience rooted in on-the-ground program implementation to support clients and bring innovation to life.
With a focus on real estate in what is now known as Alberta – subject to Treaties 6, 7 and 8 – this project is inherently land-based. The project team recognizes the true history of these lands and the injustices that First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples continue to experience through colonial systems and structures. We acknowledge these lands as the traditional and ancestral territory of many peoples – the Blackfoot Confederacy – Kainai, Piikani, and Siksika – the Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Nakota Sioux, Stoney Nakoda, the Tsuu T’ina Nation, and the Métis People of Alberta.
We encourage readers to learn about the Indigenous history of where they live and work and the Truth and Reconciliation Committee of Canada’s Calls to Action. We invite you to reflect on your own relationship with the lands you occupy and what meaningful actions you can take towards reconciliation.
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