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30 June 2010

1916 – L’édifice Jean-Baptiste-De La Salle, Quebec City, Quebec

Architect: Georges-Emile Tanquay Formerly the Academie Commerciale de Quebec, and now used as Quebec Government offices. Originally the corner was surmounted by a cupola and dome.

30 June 2010

1855 – Camille-Roy Building, Seminaire de Quebec

Architect: Charles Baillargé The historical site of the Séminaire de Québec in Old Quebec includes a vast number of buildings, some of which date back to the 17th century and are witnesses of...

30 June 2010

1803 – Hopital l’Hotel-Dieu Church, Quebec City, Quebec

Small church in the grounds of the religious-run hospital, the interior was decorated by Thomas Baillairgé (1829-1832) and by one of his students, Raphaël Giroux (1843-1846).

30 June 2010

1914 – Former Bank, Quebec City, Quebec

Architect: Victor Daniel Horsburgh Fine branch of Canadian Bank of Commerce with tastefully curving corner entrance at the corner of Paul and Pierre. No longer in use as a bank. Designed by Victor...

30 June 2010

1921 – Former Église Saint-Coeur-de-Marie, Quebec City, Quebec

Architect: Arthur Régnault The local priest was a native of Rennes in France, and he commission a Rennes architect Arthur Régnault to design the church. The plans that he sent over to Quebec...

30 June 2010

1828 – Wolfe and Montcalm Obelisk, Quebec

Architect: John Phillips The Wolfe-Montcalm Monument is an obelisk more than 20 m in height. It was unveiled in 1828 in memory of the generals on both sides who died during the famous...

09 March 2010

1869 – Church, Lennoxville, Quebec

Architect: C. Hodgson Fowler From The Architect and Contract Reporter, February 20 1869: Lennoxville is a considerable and still growing village, in the eastern townships of Canada and province of Quebec. It is...

17 December 2009

2007 – Espace 400e, Quebec City, Quebec

Located alongside Bassin Louise, the Old Port of Québec Interpretation Center recreates the feverish atmosphere of the docks at the time of the legendary raftsmen and tall ship builders when the timber trade...

17 December 2009

1930s – Former Empire Cinema, Quebec City, Quebec

Former Art Deco cinema now subsumed into the neighbouring department store, but tastefully so. The awning over the sidewalk is still intact as is most of the original Art Deco detailing.