|Address||100, Notre Dame Street East|
|Town or city||Montreal, Quebec|
|Current tenants||Quebec Court of Appeal|
|Inaugurated||November 22, 1926|
|Owner||Government of Quebec|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Louis-Auguste Amos, Charles Jewett Saxe and Ernest Cormier|
|Renovating firm||Lemay & Associés|
Édifice Ernest-Cormier was the second courthouse in Montreal to bear the name Palais de justice de Montréal. It was built between 1922 and 1926, and designed by architects Louis-Auguste Amos, Charles Jewett Saxe and Ernest Cormier. It was the first major commission for Cormier after his return to Montreal from his studies in Paris. After Cormier's death in 1980, the building was renamed in his honour. It currently houses the Quebec Court of Appeal.
- "FICHE D'UN BÂTIMENT". Vieux-Montréal (in French). City of Montreal. October 28, 2009. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
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