Canada Permanent Trust Building
Canada Permanent Trust Building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is an Art Deco structure built between 1928 and 1930. It was designed by the architect Henry Sproatt. The 18-floor building is located at 320 Bay Street and was built by F. Hilton Wilkes.
The Art Deco building's current tenant is CIBC Mellon; it was renovated for them in 2001.
The building was used for the exterior shots for the television show Traders.
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