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Meetings of Parliament

Meetings of Parliament

Photo by contributor Colin Old - Posted January, 2012

Meetings of Parliament

Photo from Google Street View ©2018 Google - Posted April, 2018

Meetings of Parliament

Photo Source - Wikimedia Commons

Plaque Location

The City of Ottawa
In the lobby of the Canadian Museum of Nature
at McLeod and Metcalfe streets


Coordinates: N 45 24.760 W 75 41.319

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Plaque Text

After the burning of the Parliament Buildings on the night of 3rd February, 1916, the House of Commons assembled in this building on the 4th and the Senate on the 8th February. Parliament met here for the last time on 10th November, 1919, and assembled for the first time in the rebuilt Parliament Buildings on 26th February, 1920.




Other plaques at this location
Diamond Jenness 1886-1969
Edward Sapir 1884-1939

Related Ontario plaques
The Parliament Buildings
Victoria Memorial Museum Building

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