Children’s Aid Society of Toronto receives certification for Silver and Bronze in sustainability

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(April 22, 2021) Toronto – On International Earth Day, the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (Toronto CAS) is excited to announce that its Isabella Street building has received certification as a Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Best Silver building. In addition, its Scarborough building has received a BOMA Best Bronze certification.

With more than 7,000 buildings obtaining a certification or recertification since its inception in 2005, BOMA BEST is Canada’s largest environmental assessment and certification program for existing buildings. It is a unique, voluntary program designed by industry for industry that provides owners and managers with a consistent framework for assessing the environmental performance and management of existing buildings of all sizes.

“Corporate social responsibility and sustainability are matters we take seriously as an organization. While we are thrilled to be recognized we also acknowledge that this is only part of our sustainability journey. We continue to explore ways to improve the environmental friendliness of our organization and applaud organizations that continue to prioritize and work on the cutting edge of environmental innovation. We would like to sincerely thank our entire Property Team for their contributions towards this achievement,” says Chief Financial Officer, Anthony Battista.

BOMA BEST Sustainable Buildings certification recognizes excellence in energy and environmental management and performance in commercial real estate. The Program is managed by the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA Canada) and delivered by the eleven Local BOMA Associations throughout Canada

Media contact: Alicia Pereira, Director, Communications, Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, (416) 605-8246 | alpereira@torontocas.ca