This award-winning library combines contemporary design with a colourful reference to local industrial heritage.
Combining modern elements with a respect for classical proportions, the design of the Canadian Centre for Architecture reflects its mission as an universal archive of the art.
The 18th century presbytery of Beaumont was once a grander building serving as a schoolhouse before being reconstructed as it first stood.
Spanning four centuries of learning inside a former 19th century chapel, the library of the Québec Seminary is the keeper of a rich encyclopedic collection as old as the city itself.
Among the first examples of Beaux-Arts architecture in Canada, the former Notre-Dame Congregation chapel in Montréal is now the Dawson college library.
Inside the oldest seat of government in Canada, the Nova Scotia Legislative Library is a gem of Victorian craftsmanship.
This room inside the English-language Marianopolis college in Montréal again welcomes its library after serving as a chapel for a religious congregation.
Dalhousie university's Killam library is a monolith of knowledge built to inspire stability at a time of rapid change.
Long hidden behind drab ceiling tiles, the unveiling of the former chapel at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in Montréal in 2004 also marked the renaissance of one of the oldest libraries on the continent.
At the foot of the Ambassador Bridge to Detroit, the modernist Leddy Library marks the University of Windsor's shift from its roots as a Jesuit college to a public university.
Halifax's living room is a beloved community asset and a striking symbol for a city punching above its weight.
A former multiplex cinema in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, now serves as library branch and central technical processing for the Halifax Public Libraries.