“The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the Canada Council for the Arts today announced the recipients of the Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. The biennial awards celebrate outstanding design in recently completed projects by Canadian architects.
The 12 projects represent many types and sizes of buildings – from an international airport and sports complexes to a park pavilion and small hospital. They include a visitor centre at a national historic site, a library in a 170-year-old church, art museums, and houses.
Winning projects span the country from rural Nova Scotia to Whistler, BC, including Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, East St. Paul, MB, Edmonton, and Fort McMurray.”