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Architecture of Ontario

01 October 2009

1902 – Art’s building and Convocation Hall, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario

Architect: Symons & Rae

01 October 2009

1902 – Carnegie Public Library, Windsor, Ontario

Architect: John Scott & Co.

01 October 2009

1902 – Engineering Building, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario

Architect: Symons & Rae

01 October 2009

1904 – Methodist Church, Port Arthur, Ontario

Architect: Langley & Langley

11 December 2009

1905 – 197 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario

Architects: Darling & Pearson 197 Yonge Street was formerly a 4 floor Canadian Bank of Commerce building built in 1905 by architects Darling & Pearson and declared as a historical property by the...

11 December 2009

1905 – 205 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: E.J. Lennox Former branch of the Toronto Dominion Bank, which was bought by the city for an urban revitalisation project that never happened. This is a fabulous temple of banking with beautiful...

24 January 2014

1905 – Bank of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

The original building on this site was constructed in the 1870s. Around 1905, it was decided to expand, and seven storeys were added to the building, using two as a base. In 1921,...

02 August 2010

1905 – Former Canadian Bank of Commerce, Queen Street East, Toronto

Architect: Darling & Pearson Dating from 1905, the former Canadian Bank of Commerce building at 744 Queen Street East has an especially attractive bowed facade.

25 January 2013

1905 – Public Library, St. Catharines, Ontario

St. Catharines established a free public library in 1888. The library board received a $25,000 gift from Andrew Carnegie in December 1901. Its new building opened to the public on 2 January 1905....