Update #11: West Block—Mackenzie Entrance

Transcript - Update #11: West Block—Mackenzie Entrance

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(Light instrumental music is played in the background throughout the video.)

(Title screen shows title in the middle of screen, a yellow box runs around the text. At the bottom of the screen, a line drawing of the Parliament skyline runs from left to right.)

Text on screen: Mackenzie Entrance West Block Daily Update 11.

(Pans left to right showing entrance lobby. The walls are clad in stone. Plywood covered stairs are seen at the bottom of the frame. Scaffolding parts, a construction light, and a ladder are seen on the stairs. There is a large arched opening in the real wall of the entrance vestibule.)

(Close up pan of arched opening. Plywood covers the left and right sides of the opening. Ornately carved wood is seen at the top of the arch)

(Close up pan of the ceiling. Large black and beige coloured crown molding is seen where the stone wall meets the finished ceiling.)

(Pan from right to left showing the finished ceiling and upper portion of the room’s walls. The walls are stone. Large black and beige crown mounding is seen where the walls meet the ceiling. A large metal and glass light fixture hangs from the ceiling in the middle of the room.)

(Close up pan of the metal and glass ceiling mounted light fixture.)

(Pan from left to right showing a stone wall. The wall contains a large arched opening. The top of the arch is embellished with a stone carved detail. A temporary door is partially seen in the opening at the bottom of the frame.)

(Close up pan of the stone carved detail. The detail features a lizard creature standing on a thin branch with sparse leaves. The lizard creature has a ribbon in its mouth. The number 1878 is carved into the ribbon.)

(Pan from left to right showing a stone wall. The wall contains two small openings to the left and right of a large opening. The large opening contains a temporary door. Two plywood boxes and a construction light are seen at the bottom of the frame.)

(Public Services and Procurement Canada Wordmark.)

(Music stops.)

(Canada Wordmark.)

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