- The Sir John Carling Building on Carling Avenue in Ottawa - (1967-2013).
- The Lorne Building in Ottawa - (1961-2011).
- The Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a CPR hotel - (1906-1971).
Trunk's Kingston Station".
6. The original Denison Armoury at CFB Toronto.
7. Two de Havilland aircraft hangars at CFB Downsview, Toronto. (1943-2010).
8. The Bowmanville POW Camp, which later became the Ontario Training School for Boys.
9. The Cold War Bunkers, also known as The Diefenbunkers, were located at CFS Carp, Ontario;
Camp Nanaimo, British Columbia; CFB Penhold, Alberta; CFB Shilo, Manitoba; CFB Borden,
Ontario; CFB Valcartier, Quebec and CFS Debert, Nova Scotia. (from: Wikipedia). An outlaw
government systematically demolished it. Photograph of the Penhold Diefenbunker:
10. Expo '67 pavilions - the most popular display was the U.S.S.R. pavilion. It was dismantled. The French and Quebec pavilions form the Casino de Montreal, while the American biodome is now the
|The U.S.S.R. Pavilion is now part of the All-Russia Exhibition Centre in Moscow.|