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Paulin Memorial

About a year ago, I featured 1963’s Paulin Memorial, with an exterior visit.

Earlier this summer I was able to pay a visit and shoot the inside of this one of a kind structure. There is no other building like this anywhere in the city.

Doug Johnson, of the firm Johnson-McWhinnie, who designed the church as well as the earlier attached church hall, told me that this was his personal favourite of all the building he designed.

The building looks to be almost unchanged since the day it opened.

Simply amazing.

And now I’m happy to report, I’m all up to date. I’ve shown all the tours I’ve had sitting on my hard drive that I’ve been meaning to get to. Have a good weekend everyone, see you back on here on Monday.

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