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Posted on December 2nd, 2002, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Appalled by the ‘banality’ of Canada’s cities, the country’s top architects want to radically re-create our 15 biggest urban centres. The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and its president, Ottawa architect Ron Keenberg, say it’s time for Canadian cities to reshape themselves into “world-famous” cities. Mr. Keenberg and a group of prominent Canadian architects will approach the federal government in the coming months to develop a national architectural policy.

A Revolution for Canada’s Cities

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