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Architecture and Design

Expressions and achievements in design and in the planned, built and landscaped environment are the focus here. Architectural achievements include the interior and exterior of buildings, groups of buildings, and rural as well as urban districts, both high-style and vernacular. Landscapes include planned gardens, parks and cemeteries, still-evolving areas, and "relict" sites that show evidence of past events. Commemorations include All Souls Chapel in Charlottetown, an outstanding High Victorian Gothic chapel with 18 exquisite mural paintings, the Halifax Public Gardens, a rare surviving Victorian garden, and Winnipeg's Exchange District.
Winnipeg Exchange District, Manitoba - Centre of Grain and Wholesale Trade, Finance and Manufacturing
Winnipeg Exchange District, Manitoba
Centre of Grain and Wholesale Trade, Finance and Manufacturing

Science

This sub-theme celebrates Canadian contributions to the discovery and application of scientific concepts and methodology, including those in the physical, earth and biological sciences, as well as mathematics and medicine. Commemorations include Sir Frederick G. Banting, co-discoverer of insulin, the Churchill Rocket Research Range in Manitoba, an upper-atmosphere research station, and the Palliser Expedition, the first scientific exploration from Lake Superior to the Rocky Mountains.
Sir Frederick Banting - Co-Discoverer of Insulin Sir Frederick Banting
Co-Discoverer of Insulin
Churchill Rocket Research Range, Manitoba - Upper Atmosphere Research Centre Churchill Rocket Research Range, Manitoba
Upper Atmosphere Research Centre

National Historic Sites Of Canada System Plan

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