1908 – Former Bank of Nova Scotia, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Designed by Toronto architects Darling & Pearson, the former Bank of Nova Scotia was the first bank to be erected away from “Banker’s Row” on Main Street.
1908 – Union Building, 212 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario
This headquarters building was commissioned by the Canadian General Electric Company, which was founded in the late 19th century to manufacture and distribute electrical equipment during the period when electrical power was first generated for commercial and residential use.
1910 – Former Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg, Manitoba
The present structure at 389 Main Street is the third Bank of Commerce Building to stand on its site.
1910 – Former Bank of Montreal, Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario
Originally constructed 1909-10, with an addition on Queen Street in 1920. Interiors altered 2001-02.
1910 – Land Titles Building, Regina, Saskatchewan
The first public building commissioned by the new provincial government after the formation of the province.
1910 – Whistling Monkey Bar (Former Imperial Bank of Canada), Kenora, Ontario
Solid stone bank building in a vaguely Scottish Baronial style, now converted into a bar.
1915 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Vancouver
Now a branch of Birks. Listed on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada. Darling &
1931 – Canadian Bank of Commerce Tower, Toronto
At the time of its completion the Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, 25 King Street West,
1931- Sun Life Building, Montreal, Quebec
The building was one of the first modern skyscrapers in Canada and was, for a time,