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    Andrew Onderdonk

    Andrew Onderdonk, contractor (b at New York City c 1849; d at Oscawana, NY 21 June 1905).

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    Åsbjørn Gathe

    In 1953 Åsbjørn Gathe completed designs for Westminster Priory, which included Westminster Abbey, the Seminary of Christ the King and related buildings.

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    Bernard Lamarre

    Bernard Lamarre, engineer and construction contractor (born 6 August 1931 in Montréal, Qc; died 30 March 2016 in Montréal).

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    Carmen and Elin Corneil

    Carmen Corneil graduated from the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO department of architecture in 1957, receiving a Pilkington national scholarship, a Royal Architecture Institute of Canada medal and a Wegman travel scholarship.

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    Catherine Wisnicki

    Catherine Mary Wisnicki (née Chard), architect (born 19 September 1919 in Winnipeg, MB; died 21 October 2014 in Naramata, BC).

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    Cecil Scott Burgess

    Cecil Scott Burgess, architect, professor (b at Bombay (Mumbai), India 4 Oct 1870; d at Edmonton 12 Nov 1971). Cecil Scott Burgess helped bring English Arts and Crafts architectural and design ideals into Canada. His public lectures provided a bridge between the profession and the public.

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    Claude Baillif

    Claude Baillif dit Regnault, masonry builder, architect (b c1635; d at sea, early 1699). The Séminaire de Québec hired Baillif as a stonecutter at La Rochelle, France, in May 1675.

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    Donald McKay

    Donald McKay, designer and builder of clipper ships (b at Jordan Falls, NS 4 Sept 1810; d at Hamilton, Mass 20 Sept 1880). As a boy he learned the shipbuilder's trade in his father's and uncle's shipyards on the Jordan River.

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    Francis Shanly

    Francis Shanly (Frank), engineer, railway builder (b at Stradbally, Ire 29 Oct 1820; d near Brockville, Ont 13 Sept 1882). Encouraged by H.H. KILLALY, he followed his brother Walter SHANLY into railway building. Both were employed on the Ogdensburg and Lk Champlain Railroad.

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    Frederic William Cumberland

    Frederic William Cumberland, engineer and architect, railway manager and legislator (b at London, Eng 10 April 1820; d at Toronto 5 August 1881). Known in his own day as a railway manager and politician, today he is celebrated as one of Toronto's leading 19th-century architects.

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    Joseph-Alcide Chaussé

    Joseph-Alcide Chaussé, architect, author (b at St-Sulpice, Qué 7 Jan 1868; d at Montréal 7 Oct 1944). After working in private practice in Montréal, Chaussé was building inspector for the city

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    Kivas Tully

    Kivas Tully, architect, civil engineer, politician (b at Garrarucum, Queen's County, Ire 1820; d at Toronto 24 Apr 1905).

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    Larry Beasley

    Starting as a Vancouver neighbourhood planner in the 1970s, Beasley became co-director of city planning in the early 1990s. He helped foster partnerships between government, the private sector and community groups, making Vancouver the fastest-growing residential downtown in North America.

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    Rounthwaite, Dick & Hadley Architects & Engineers

    RDH's design for the First Leaside Financial in Uxbridge, Ont, received a 2008 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence (courtesy Rounthwaite Dick and Hadley Architects).RDH's Town of Newmarket Operations Centre received a 2009 Canadian Architect National Award of Excellence (courtesy Rounthwaite Dick and Hadley Architects).The 2009 renovation for the Bloor/Gladstone branch of the Toronto Public Library received a 2010 Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award and a 2010 Ontario Library Association Award for Excellence (courtesy Rounthwaite Dick...

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