1935 – Dominion Public Building, Toronto, Ontario

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The Dominion Public Building, to the east of Union Station, was originally built as the customs house for Toronto. Its curved front provides an impressive approach to the station. It is still a Government of Canada building and houses one of the law libraries which support the Taxation Dept.

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