Landmarks Ottawa Destroyed: Home To A Hero

Who do some landmarks escape the wrecking ball, and others not? Gone forever is the Ottawa home of Robert Borden, WWI prime minister depicted on the $100 banknote. In 1962 it was pondered as a possible National Historic Site. In 1971 it was demolished to make way for a grey complex with an unfortunate name, the Watergate Apartments.

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