Update #22: Government Conference Centre—Formal meeting space

Transcript - Update #22: Government Conference Centre—Formal meeting space

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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: Formal meeting space Government Conference Centre Update 22.

(Pans left to right showing completed room. The walls to the left of the frame are clad in red fabric panels. The wall to the right is comprised of heritage windows. Three wooden crates are located in the centre of the room. The carpet is covered by brown cardboard.)

(Tilt up to down showing close up of the red fabric panels. There is a small brown molding at the top of the panels where they meet the ceiling and a small brown baseboard where the panels meet the floor.)

(Pans left to right showing close up of red fabric panel, brown baseboard, and grey carpet. The carpet contains a random pattern of circles and lines.)

(Close-up detail of the carpet. The carpet is gray and contain a pattern of lines and circles. Brown wood baseboard is seen where the grey walls meet the floor. A small brass coloured access hatch is seen on the floor to the left of the frame.)

(Pans right to left showing heritage windows.)

(Tilt down to up showing over exposed view through heritage window. As frame tilts up the Peace Tower comes into focus.)

(Public Services and Procurement Canada Wordmark.)

(Music stops.)

(Canada Wordmark.)

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