Landmarks Destroyed — A Strange Canadian Museum

Of the capital’s lost landmarks, none is more curious than the museum that exhibited oil paintings and a whale skeleton. It was the Dominion Fisheries Museum at the corner of Queen and O’Connor street. The curator was naturalist Andrew Halkett, who served 52 years. He made the museum a must-see for visitors just two blocks from Parliament Hill.

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