The Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Hall


Residing at 1820 Cornwall Street, The Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Hall is a heritage building that features a light-brown brick and Tyndall Stone façade. Its prominent central tower, the Memorial Tower, was constructed between 1947 and 1951 and is believed to be one of only two buildings of its kind. Its sister tower is the Peace Tower, located at the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.

Architect/Design

Van Egmond and Storey

This prolific architecture partnership was active in Regina between 1907 and 1924, and designed many of the landmarks you see around the city!

Builder

Smith Brothers and Wilson

Ever since 1897, the Smith Bros. & Wilson construction firm has been building important projects across Western Canada, and continues to this day!

1820 Cornwall St. Regina, SK, S4P 2K2

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