2013

Seventh Street Lofts

10309 107 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Set in Edmonton’s historic warehouse district, Seventh Street Lofts has a scale and industrial character that is compatible with its…

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Red River College School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts former Union Bank Tower (1906) and Annex (1920)

504 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Located in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District, the original Union Bank Tower was the city’s first skyscraper. It was designed in…

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Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site

Confluence of the Lairet and Saint Charles Rivers, Quebec City, Quebec

Cartier-Brébeuf is a cultural heritage landscape that commemorates the time in 1535-1536 when Jacques Cartier and his shipmates wintered near…

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Park Lofts former Annette Street Baptist Church (1888)

200 Annette Street, Toronto, Ontario

The cultural heritage value of this modest, designated church is attributed to its Arts and Crafts-influenced design and its place…

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Harbour Commission Building/Club 357c (1875)

357 de la Commune West, Montreal, Québec

A landmark in Old Montreal since 1875, the Italianate style building was designed by Hopkins and Wily and operated as…

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Historic BMO Building (1910)

159 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario

Designed in the Beaux-Arts style, this heritage designated bank anchors a key corner of Oakville’s downtown. The project involved restoring…

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St. Clement’s Anglican Church (1891-1958)

70 St. Clement Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

The goal of this rehabilitation project (2004-2007) was to revitalize and reposition St. Clement’s as an open, welcoming place of…

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Pacific Central Station (1919)

1150 Station Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Designed by Pratt & Ross Architects, the Pacific Central Station’s heritage character is defined by its Beaux-Arts monumentality, the elegance…

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The Ottawa South Community Centregra former Graham Fire Station #10 (1921)

260 Sunnyside Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

Designed by renowned Ottawa architect Werner E. Noffke in a Spanish Colonial style, the fire station operated until 1974. Vacant…

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Jean-Talon Station/Loblaws (1931)

395 Jean-Talon Street West, Montreal, Quebec

A Neo-Classical design with Art Deco ornamentation, Jean-Talon Station operated as a railway depot until 1984. It was then purchased…

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Forts-et-Châteaux-Saint-Louis, National Historic Site (1620-1832)

Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City, Quebec

The Forts-et-Châteaux-Saint-Louis NHS lies beneath the Dufferin Terrace within the historic district of Old Québec, UNESCO World Heritage Site. It…

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McLeod Building (1912)

10134-100 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

The only terra cotta-clad structure in Edmonton, the nine-storey McLeod Building was designed in the Chicago School style by J.K….

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Chinese Freemasons Building (1907)

5 West Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Built in 1907, the Chinese Freemasons Building is the only building with a “Chinatown” character on Pender Street. The rehabilitation…

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Library of Parliament (1859-1876)

111 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Perched on top of a steep cliff overlooking the Ottawa River, the Library of Parliament remains the most important example…

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Mr. Carlos Ventin

Ontario

Carlos Ventin was trained as an architect in his homeland of Argentina at the University Resistencia and completed graduate studies…

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Troop Barn

Kingsburg, Nova Scotia

One of two remaining octagonal barns in Nova Scotia, the Troop Barn was a fixture in Annapolis Royal since the…

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The Workers Compensation Board Building (1961)

333 Broadway Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Described in the book Winnipeg Modern as “one of the best examples of Modernist detailing and urban design, and a…

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City of Owen Sound

Ontario

Located in South-western Ontario, the City of Owen Sound (population 22,000) is the largest urban community in Grey and Bruce…

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