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The 1927 Beaux Arts Wellington Building
Architect: NORR Architects & Engineers Limited
Heritage Conservation Architect: Architecture EVOQ inc.
Image: doublespace photography
<ABOVE – the “original” House of Commons facing a 25-year reno> <ABOVE – the Canadian Senate> OTTAWA is like any other Canadian city. But it’s also our national capital, home to Parliament, the National Gallery, National Arts Centre, several post-secondary institutions, the Governor-General and Prime Minister’s residences, posh Rockcliffe, a collection of first-rate museums. the National War Memorial – and it boasts low unemployment.The OAG (Ottawa Art Gallery), 50 MacKenzie King Bridge, recently opened a brand new five-storey building in the capital. Within the building – a fine cafe and restaurant, research facility, two rooftop terraces, and five times the space the gallery once had. OTTAWA Art Gallery hours – 9 am to 9 pm. Architects – KPMB