Bank of Nova Scotia - Bay Street, Toronto, Canada

Mathers and Haldenby - in association with Beck & Eadie
1946 - 1951
44 King Street West
A 27-storey tower that has been completely renovated in recent years and connected to a new 68-storey tower by a 14-storey high glass atrium.  The building was designed for the Bank of Nova Scotia in 1928 but the depression and the war placed a hold on its construction for over 20 years.

The carved bas-relief panels on the facade were created by sculptor Fred Winkler.

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