White Elephant Inspires Ideas

Canadians have appealed to the public works department to use its imagination in refitting a landmark heritage building that’s cost taxpayers millions. The department purchased the 1932 U.S. Embassy at the foot of Parliament Hill for $4.5 million in 1999. It’s sat empty ever since: ‘How about the world’s largest suggestion box?’

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