Canadiana Gallery - University of Toronto

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Building Info

Address: 14 Queen's Park Crescent West

Main intersection: <insert intersection>

Neighbourhood: University of Toronto

Nearest Subway: Queen's Park Station

Completion data: 1950

Stories: 3

Website: <website address>

Accessible: YES

Canadiana Gallery entrance

Canadiana Gallery is a building at the University of Toronto. It was Donated by Sigmund Samuel along with his collection of Canadian artifacts. It is a successful modern interpretaion of cut stone and monumental massing. The exterior sculptures of Champlain, Wolfe, Simcoe and Brock watch over Queen's Park.

The building is currently often used for exams.







Details

Gross Area: 3,070.23 sq met


Departments

Public Policy & Governance, School of
Main Office located at CG Room #: 61
http://www.publicpolicy.utoronto.ca/

Criminology, Centre of
Main Office located at CG Room #: 240K
http://criminology.utoronto.ca/


Additional Pictures

back of library from Queen's Park
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