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1898 – City Hall, Kenora, Ontario

Architect: David Ewart

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Built from 1897 onwards, and designed to be the town Post Office and Customs Post, this fine structure opened to the public in 1900. It has now been restored and is in use as a City Hall. Above its two main entrances may be see carved stone lettering indicating which function the offices within served.

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Architect: Senecal & Papineau Founded in 1890, on Christmas Eve 1914 fire totally destroyed the interior, leaving only the granite...

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