1924 – Victoria Hall Community Centre, Westmount, Montreal, Quebec

Architect: Hutchison & Wood


The original Victoria Jubilee Hall was designed by Robert Findlay and erected in 1898. That building was razed by fire in 1924. The present-day version was designed by architects Hutchison and Wood and was built immediately after the fire. Built of sandstone lined with Indiana freestone, the three-storey building’s design reflects the same Tudor influence seen in that of Westmount City Hall.

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