1907 – New Justice Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario
1912 – Government Conference Centre – Former Union Station, Ottawa, Ontario
The Government Conference Centre was originally constructed as Ottawa Union Station between 1909 and 1912 to the designs of architects Ross &
1925 – Designs for War Memorials, Ottawa, Ontario
Unsuccessful designs to competition by the Canadian Battlefields Commission for a war memorial. The competition was held in 1925 to seek designs for a national war memorial to be dedicated to the First World War.
1927 – Houses of Parliament, Ottawa, Ontario
The original structure was designed by Thomas Fuller and Chilion Jones. The Palace of Westminster in London had recently been rebuilt in a Gothic Revival style,
1929 – Confederation Building, Ottawa, Ontario
The Confederation Building, which had built in 1929 on Wellington Street had been occupied mainly by Department of Agriculture employees from its inception.
1931 – St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Ottawa, Ontario
The original building was a wooden structure designed by noted architect John W.H. Watts. After several additions this structure proved too small and in the late 1920s a fundraising effort to build the new church was launched.
1939 – National War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario
Designed to honor the 60,000 Canadians who lost their lives in World War I and unveiled just prior to the start of World War II.
1940 – Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
The Supreme Court building was designed by Ernest Cormier, the Montréal architect who also designed the Quebec Court of Appeal building,
1962 – Memorial Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario
Construction of the two edifices, originally called “Veterans Memorial Buildings”, began following the Second World War.