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Ground broken on MURS project

WEST LINCOLN — When Chris Carter’s three-year-old daughter was running around on the playground in Smithville recently she made note of the 80 “exotic” birds — they were seagulls — scrounging for a meal around a big puddle.

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The Remai Modern Art Gallery - Saskatoon makes room for modern art (Nuvo)

Since June 2013, a modernist structure has been under construction on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon’s River Landing neighbourhood. Its low, flat topography mimics the surrounding Prairie landscape and its protruding glass wings and copper-coloured mesh exterior distinguishes it from any other building in the city.

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Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth (Canadian Interiors)

Standing in the great hall of the reimagined Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, little evidence remains of the slightly staid, ageing interior that welcomed the grand hotel’s last guests before its 2016 closure.

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Halifax Grammar School to celebrate anniversary with $14.5M building project

A multimillion-dollar rebuilding project is underway at Halifax Grammar School on Tower Road.

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True North Square - video update

Redefining the Heart of the City! See the latest update to True North square.

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Remai Modern, Saskatoon's New $85-Million Art Museum

The scent inside the Mendel Art Gallery’s basement is a cocktail of paints, varnishes, metals and woods – intoxicating, though not unpleasant – but I’m only whiffing a fraction of Saskatoon’s largest public art vaults.

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Assiniboine Park’s Diversity Gardens gains government support

All three levels of government are set to support the $75M Diversity Gardens at Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg.

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30-storey 'landmark' Hilton hotel approved for Surrey

The tides of economic confidence are on the upswing for Surrey as another major hotel has been approved for its emerging downtown area.

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Montreal’s Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel reopens

Following several years of planning and 12 months of work, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel has officially reopened and welcomed its first guests.

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Rehabilitating the West Block

As a result of a fire that destroyed the Centre Block in 1916, the West Block is the oldest of the Parliament’s Buildings. The load-bearing masonry structure was built in three campaign periods, starting in 1859, and it was completed in 1909 by the Department of Public Works.

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