Moose Jaw Court House

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Moose Jaw Court House
General information
Architectural style Neo-Classical
Location 64 Ominica Street West
Town or city Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Country Canada
Construction started 1908
Completed 1909
Design and construction
Architect Darling and Pearson
Official name: Moose Jaw Court House National Historic Site of Canada
Designated: 1981

The historic Moose Jaw Court House building is located in downtown Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. The building is 2 storeys; making use of steel construction, hydraulic pressed brick and Bedford Stone trimmed with Indiana Limestone. The building is the oldest continuously functioning provincial court house in the province.[1][2][3] The building has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada[4] and a Provincial Heritage Property.[5]

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Coordinates: 50°23′37″N 105°32′14″W / 50.3937°N 105.5371°W / 50.3937; -105.5371