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Greater Windsor Labour Centre - 1965

Originally planned during early 1960s and the period of urban renewal for the core, the local unions in Windsor met and decided to all join forces and build a large office building that would bring all the local unions together under one roof, where jointly they could pool resources to erect a new office building. The first plan involved meeting with a local realtor/developer who proposed to build…
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Canada Square - 1965

Proposed Canada Square Development – 1965 Back in 1965 a Toronto architectural firm of K. R. Cooper & Associates drew up plans for the Canada Square Development that was supposed to be built along the river at Riverside Drive West & Church Street. The…
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Proposed Elks Hall

The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (B.P.O.E.) announced in 1927 that they had acquired a property on the south west corner of Sandwich Street (Riverside Drive West) & Park Place (Randolph). The ambitious plans for the building were drawn up by Detroit architect…