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Discovered in 1604, Saint John, NB was the third largest city in Canada, behind Quebec and Montreal by1851. The architecture of the "South End" is a mix of dignified brick homes and warehouses circa 1870's, government buildings of 1970's, and more recent endeavours. This is a colourful rendition of the Lantic Sugar Refinery and its neighbours in the South End.

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or phone (416) 269-5159

21" w. x 17" h. including frame (see thumbnail image, below)

(framed fabric collage)

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