St. John’s, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, is the second oldest remaining Protestant church in present-day Canada – opening in 1754. Early on November 1/2001, this church suffered significant damage by fire. It was restored and re-dedicated June 12, 2005. The oldest Anglican Church is St. Paul’s in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, opening in 1750. It was designed by controversial architect JAMES GIBBS, who also was the architect of St. Martin-in-the-Fields on Trafalgar Square in London.