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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.

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OCAD in TorontoPhoto: Karen Allin


The stunning exterior of the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) in Toronto was captured by Karen Allin.

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BNP Parisbas Tower in downtown MontrealPhoto: Maryse Tremblay


Photographer Maryse Tremblay submitted this incredible shot of the BNP Tower in downtown Montreal.

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View of St. John's, NewfoundlandPhoto: Rhonda Beirnes

City of Legends

Photographer Rhonda Beirnes found inspiration in the habourfront of St. John’s.

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Cape Bonavista Lighthouse NewfoundlandPhoto: Norma Keith

In Colour

The Cape Bonavista Lighthouse remains one of Canada’s best-kept secrets. Thanks for sharing, Norma Keith!

This couple’s trip to Newfoundland completed their quest to visit every province.

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Post office in Millbrook, OntarioPhoto: Erin Monis

New Perspective

A great shot of the post office in Millbrook, Ont., submitted by Erin Monis.

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Granite lighthouse in NewfoundlandPhoto: Gloria Young


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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Vintage home and carPhoto: Joyce Stolte

Lost Treasure

This photograph by Joyce Stolte of Alberta is the next best thing to time travel.

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Boian Hall, formerly Boian SchoolPhoto: Rebecca Bromberger


We’re smitten with this photograph of Alberta’s Boian Hall. Thanks for sharing, Rebecca Bromberger!

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Peachland MuseumPhoto: Diane Turner


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.”

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Log church in AlbertaPhoto: Karen Carley

Pioneer Days

This charming log church was shot by Karen Carley in Millarville, Alberta.

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