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|Building of the Griffon A mythical picture of the building of the
Griffon on the Niagara River in 1679, the first sailing ship to navigate the upper Great Lakes,
under the guidance of Robert Cavalier de La Salle.
|Colonel John By Colonel John By, a Royal Engineer, directing
the building of the Rideau Canal, 1826, which was completed by 1832 and thereby joined
Bytown (future Ottawa) with Kingston. By Charles W. Jefferys (1869-
|Kingston Road Making a road between Kingston and York,
Upper Canada, c. 1830. Watercolour by James P. Cockburn (1779-1847).
|Moffat Shaft, Bruce Mine A depiction of the sinking of the
Moffat Shaft, Bruce Mine, 1847, an early producer of copper.
|Railway Building Building a culvert under the Intercolonial
Railway, Black River, Nova Scotia, 1871.
|Alberta Rails "Dagos" laying new steel rails,
|Telephone Pole Erection Erecting a telephone pole at King and
Dufferin, Toronto, 1895.
|Lift Locks The construction of the Peterborough lift locks,
|Slavic Immigrants Slavic immigrants working on the Ontario and
Rainy River Railway, 1908.
|Fort Francis Ontario-Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co., Fort
|Office Construction Office construction in Quebec City during
|St. Lawrence Seaway Prime Minister St. Laurent, on the far right,
with Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York, and Ontario Premier Leslie Front, digging, at the
breaking ground ceremony for the St. Lawrence Seaway, August, 1955.
|High-rise Construction New high-rises under construction in
|Welland Canal A Canadian stamp issued in 1974 to
commemorate William Hamilton Merritt and 150 years since the start of the construction on the
|CN Tower Adding to the growing Toronto, Ontario skyline, the
CN Tower under construction, c. 1976.
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