Our Chapter has a small staff with an active group of dedicated volunteer members who serve on our Committees.These Committees are a driving force of the change we make in our region and support the Chapter by assisting in the development of events and regional initiatives, ensuring the financial health of the organization, and acting as the liaison between our Chapter and our membership, and more. All volunteers are active Chapter Members and passionate about green building. Read below to learn more about each of our Committees.

If you are interested in sitting on one of the following Committees, please contact us


Committee Chairs:  Gabrielle Kozhukh & Aya El-halabi

The Emerging Green Professionals (EGPs) is the young professionals chapter of the Canada Green Building Council - Greater Toronto Chapter (CaGBC-GTC), made up of a group of young professionals committed to being leaders of change in the green building industry. As members of the EGP executive committee, they work to organize quarterly events and programs specifically designed for the EGP demographic. The EGP Executive Committee is an official committee of the CaGBC-GTC with representation on the Chapter Leadership Board. The committee is led by two co-chairs and twelve executive members.

Committee Chair: Julia St. Michael

In the spring of 2016, the Canada Green Building Council Greater Toronto Chapter's Advocacy Committee began discussions on building energy benchmarking. Ian Theaker’s article in the spring 2014 issue of Toronto Focus (p17-18), Building Energy & GHG Benchmarking: Labeling and Transparency, provided a comprehensive overview of the issue and its context across Canada and in Toronto. Over the past year, the committee has pursued the initiative in a number of ways; the Chapter provided a letter of support for the motion presented by City Councillors to the Parks and Environment Committee for a staff report on a new bylaw and implementation plan to establish a mandatory ‘Annual Energy & Water Utilization Reporting Requirement’ for large buildings in Toronto for their March agenda. Any Chapter member interested in becoming involved should send their CV and expession of interest to