Windmill Development Group
Windmill's waterfront Zibi development is facing another legal challenge on Wednesday as indigenous architect Douglas Cardinal and four other individuals are asking the courts to reconsider
‘Room to grow’ in the core: Industry observers say higher downtown vacancy rates not necessarily a bad thing
Most analysts agree 2015 was a year of uncertainty in Ottawa’s commercial real estate sector, with a federal election and a topsy-turvy economy leaving everyone wondering where the market was heade
Windmill Developments officially began construction Thursday on Zibi, welcoming environmentalists and Algonquin partners to the launch of the $1.5-billion project on the banks of the Ottawa
The Assembly of First Nations chiefs passed a controversial resolution Tuesday to oppose the major development project slated to transform Ottawa’s waterfront near Chaudière Falls.
The Ontario Municipal Board on Tuesday dismissed an appeal of the city’s decision to allow Windmill Developments to build shops, condos, parks and a hotel on land surrounding the Chaudiere
On the heels of more opposition from four Algonquin First Nations in Quebec, Windmill Development Group now has the Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) on its side as it prepares for its $1.2-billion Zibi
Four Algonquin First Nations in Quebec have come out opposed to Four Algonquin First Nations in Quebec have come out opposed to Windmill Development Group’s Zibi project at Chaudiere Falls.
About 25 tradespeople from the Kitigan Zibi reserve near Maniwaki toured the Zibi site at Chaudiere Falls Monday, exploring potential employment opportunities with the Windmill Development
You don’t often see the words developer and environmentalist in the same sentence. But when it comes to Jonathan Westeinde, there is no dichotomy.
Windmill Developments marked a couple Canadian firsts Thursday, announcing collaborative agreements with the Algonquin-Anishinabe community that will ensure that community has a strong pres