Douglas J. Cardinal, O.C., Ph.D. (h.c.)

B.Arch., O.A.A, A.I.A, A.A.A., M.A.A., S.A.A., O.C., R.C.A.A., F.R.A.I.C., F.R.I.A.S

RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 2015 Honorary Doctorate Laurentian University

  • 2013 RAIC-NSAA Le Prix du XXe siècle for Grand Prairie Regional College

  • 2012 Ontario Wood Works “Northern Ontario Excellence Award” for Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre

  • 2011 Wood WORKS! “Northern Ontario Excellence” Award for Sioux Lookout Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre

  • 2011 Alberta Masonry Design “Lifetime Achievement” Award

  • 2010 Best Public Services Development in Canada Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre, International Property Awards, Essex, United Kingdom

  • 2009 Gold Medal of the Union of Architects of Russia, Moscow, Russia

  • 2009 St. Albert Place and City Hall declared ‘Municipal Historic Resource’

  • 2009 IAA Grand Prix Crystal Globe

  • 2007 Canada Post postage stamp - Douglas Cardinal and St. Mary’s Church - commemorating RAIC’s 100th Anniversary

  • 2006 Outstanding Professional Achievement Award, American Society of Landscape Architects

  • 2006 “World Master of Contemporary Architecture” by the IAA, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • 2006 Outstanding Professional Achievement Award, American Society of Landscape Architects

  • 2005 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Excellence in the Arts Award, Banff, Alberta

  • 2005 Presidential Award, Masonry Design Awards, First Nations University

  • 2004 Laureate, Canada Council of the Arts

  • 2004 “Douglas J. Cardinal Performing Arts Centre” opens in GRPC, Grand Prairie, Alberta

  • 2002 Golden Jubilee Medal in honor of Her Majesty The Queen’s 50th Anniversary, Ottawa, Ontario

  • 2002 United Nations Award for Sustainable Design, Oujé-Bougoumou Village, Quebec

  • 2002 Best Building Award, Grand Traverse Centre, United Contractor of America

  • 2001 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts, Ottawa, Ontario

  • 2000 Juan Torres Higueras Award, Federation of Pan American Associations of Architects

  • 2000 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Millennium Celebration of Architecture, St. Mary’s Church, Alberta

  • 1999 RAIC Gold Medal for Architectural Achievement

HONORARY DEGREES

  • 2012 Doctor of Letters Degree, Honorary Degree University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

  • 2012 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

  • 2011 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

  • 2003 Doctor of the University, Honorary Degree, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

  • 2002 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

  • 2001 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

  • 2001 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia

  • 2000 Doctor of Engineering, Honorary Degree, University of Lakehead, Thunder Bay, Ontario

  • 2000 Doctor of Letters Degree, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, British Columbia

  • 1994 Doctor of Architecture, Honorary Degree, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario

  • 1994 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

  • 1994 Doctor of Humanities, Honorary Degree, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta

  • 1992 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

  • 1990 Honorary Fellowship - Council of the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Ontario

  • 1990 Ryerson Fellowship, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, Toronto, Ontario

  • 1989 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

  • 1983 Doctor of Fine Arts, Honorary Degree, Massachusetts School of Art, Boston, Massachusetts, USA