Landmarks Ottawa Destroyed: The Place On Cooper Street

Prime Minister Arthur Meighen lived for years on this tree-lined street. He owned a rambling Georgian Revival-style home. Here Meighen raised a family, sent his three children to Ottawa public schools, and crafted the most momentous legislation of his era. Today the house is gone, replaced with an ugly apartment block.

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