Built in 1912-1914, this church is a fine example of the Gothic Revival style, long favoured for ecclesiastical design in Canada. Gothic Revival churches were inspired by those of medieval Europe in plan, composition, and use of pointed openings, window tracery and buttresses. The paired towers and rose windows of this reinforced concrete church reveal the influence of the French Gothic Revival, while the pale, smooth surfaces are characteristic of the 20th century.
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