10 of Canada’s Most Striking Architecture Photographs
We asked you to share Canada’s most impressive architecture on camera. From glittering steel skyscrapers to charming stone buildings, here are our favourite reader-submitted pictures.
The stunning exterior of the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) in Toronto was captured by Karen Allin.
Photographer Maryse Tremblay submitted this incredible shot of the BNP Tower in downtown Montreal.
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Photographer Rhonda Beirnes found inspiration in the habourfront of St. John’s.
The Cape Bonavista Lighthouse remains one of Canada’s best-kept secrets. Thanks for sharing, Norma Keith!
A great shot of the post office in Millbrook, Ont., submitted by Erin Monis.
Located in Rose Blanche, N.L., this granite lighthouse was built in 1871, operated until 1940, restored in 1999 and is now a Heritage Site. Thanks for submitting, Gloria Young!
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This photograph by Joyce Stolte of Alberta is the next best thing to time travel.
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We’re smitten with this photograph of Alberta’s Boian Hall. Thanks for sharing, Rebecca Bromberger!
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Diane Turner took this shot of the Peachland Museum. She writes: “The unique 8-sided Peachland Baptist Church was built in 1910 and served as a place of worship until 1964. Over the years, it was used as a temporary Municipal Hall, Parks and Recreation Office, Fire Brigade Hall and Public Library.”
This charming log church was shot by Karen Carley in Millarville, Alberta.
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