Over the past decade, new and renovated public library branches have been showcasing our great Canadian architects and their most spectacular, innovative works. This is the first of a continuing series on stunning new and renovated library branches in Canada. So bookmark them for your travels. You will be inspired and warmly welcomed. The first set in the series includes:
- Brampton (Gore Meadows Community Centre and Library)
- Calgary (Nose Hill branch)
- Edmonton (Jasper Place branch)
- Mississauga (Meadowvale Community Centre and Library)
- Ottawa (Beaverbrook branch)
- Toronto (Scarborough Civic Centre branch)
- Vaughan Civic Centre Resource Library) and,
- Waterloo (John M. Harper branch).
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Beaverbrook Branch, Ottawa Public Library