Confederation Building (Winnipeg)
The Confederation Building is a building in Winnipeg, Manitoba, built by architect J. Wilson Gray. The eleven-storey office building stands forty-one metres tall (135 ft), and was built in 1913. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1976, for its Chicago school-influenced architecture.
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