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Collage of 2020 Queen's Park Picks
Queen's Park Picks

Traditionally, the OAA marks the occasion with a reception at Queen’s Park for Members of Provincial Parliament to reveal the year’s Queen’s Park Picks. However, in light of COVID-19 and in the interest of public safety, we've brought the 2020 Queen's Park Picks online for a fully virtual experience.  The full series, spanning five years is also featured on the BLOAAG using the link below.       


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Photo Credit : doublespace photographyArchitectural Credit : NORR Architectshttp://norr.com/global/projects/wellington-building-107...

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2017/AUG/25

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Photo Credit : doublespace photographyArchitectural Credit : NORR Architectshttp://www.norr.com/global/projects/sir-john-macdonald-building-92...

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2017/AUG/09

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In this post of our summer blOAAg series “Shaping Ontario at 150: The built and unbuilt”, we take a look at the Wychwood Branch Library in mid-town Toronto.Location: TorontoArchitect: Eden...

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2017/AUG/09

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Ontario’s story is told through our built environment. It is the first experience of a community’s unique identity through the buildings they inhabit. From confederation to the present...

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2017/AUG/09

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In this post of our summer blOAAg series “Shaping Ontario at 150: The built and unbuilt”, we take a look at this contemporary building situated in the heart of a beloved Toronto...

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