Building Naming in Commemoration of the War of 1812
The commemoration of the War of 1812 is a Government priority as it was a defining moment in our country's history, paving the way for Confederation. Public Works and Government Services Canada is contributing to the commemoration celebrations for this anniversary through the naming of Crown-owned buildings in honor of several heroes of the war.
Buildings recently named to commemorate these heroes include:
- the John Norton Building, 15-29 Duke Street East, Kitchener, Ontario;
- the Richard Pierpoint Building, 451 Talbot Street, London, Ontario;
- the Enos Collins Building, 38-40 Havelock Street, Amherst, Nova Scotia;
- the Tecumseh Building, 120 Wellington Street West, Chatham-Kent, Ontario;
- the Laura Secord Building, 32 Church Street, St. Catharines, Ontario;
- the Sir Isaac Brock Building, 55 Bay Street, Hamilton, Ontario; and
- the Dominique Ducharme Building, 105 McGill Street/400 Place d'Youville, Montréal, Quebec.
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