Canada Building (Saskatoon)
|Location||105 21st Street East|
|Town or city||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan|
The Canada Building (built in 1913) is a historic eight story office block in the Central Business District, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The building is 35.05 m (115.0 ft) in height featuring red granite facing on the base, with terra cotta details on the lower two floors and cornice near the roof. The office building features large bison heads flanking the main doorway.
Believed to have been sealed off in 1968, the basement area connects to an abandoned underground tunnel on 21st street; worker uncovered the tunnels behind a cinder block wall in 2009; the now covered glass block sidewalk acted as a skylight into the underground area. 
The office building was built by Allan Bowerman. Allan Bowerman, was a graduate from Kingston Military College, first postmaster in Saskatoon on the west side of the river, and member of Saskatoon’s first town council (1903 – 1905).  Bowerman was also responsible for the development of the Bowerman House. 
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