By Don Butler, Maria Cook, Doug Fischer
For a hundred years, the area has walked in the course of the foyer of the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, the grand resort set in a picturesque panorama the place the Rideau Canal locks make their descent to the Ottawa River.
From the instant it opened in 1912, it was once within the phrases of an previous brochure "the position the place politics and delight, finance and model meet ... the hub of the capital's wheel of affairs, a superb and beneficial centre of Canadian life."
This was once the place the Canadian executive manage transitority quarters while the Parliament constructions burned in 1916. It was once where troops massed earlier than heading to conflict. Photographer Yousuf Karsh lived and labored on the inn. The CBC broadcast from it. The lengthy checklist of recognized site visitors contains Queen Elizabeth, the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela.
The dramatic silhouette of towers and steep roofs of the Chateau Laurier defines Ottawa for viewers and citizens alike. Conical turrets upward push from colossal partitions of Indiana limestone. Gables of the warm-coloured stone are carved with flora, scrolls and creâsts. Dormer home windows punctuate expanses of eco-friendly copper roof.
Learn extra concerning the Chateau, its background and the folks at the back of it during this beautiful choice of tales and historic photographs from the Ottawa Citizen.
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Extra resources for A Regular Palace: Celebrating 100 years of the Chateau Laurier
Enter Charles Melville Hays, the energetic American-born general manager of the Grand Trunk. “I have never been to Ottawa without thinking that the approach to the city should be an impressive one, one which would welcome people to our nation’s capital,” Hays told city council. Hays envisioned a railway that would span the country, as well as a chain of luxury hotels to compete with the Canadian Pacific Railway, which had built Quebec City’s Château Frontenac and the Banff Springs Hotel in the Rockies.
Photo: National Capital Commission. Chapter Five After a century, back on the rails By Don Butler It was built when railways were Canada’s economic engine. Everyone from King George VI to Elvis Presley has passed through its portals. It survived a near-death experience in the 1960s and was improbably reborn as the scene of some of Canada’s most momentous political events. It even has a ghost. The building at 2 Rideau Street began life 100 years ago this weekend as Ottawa’s imposing new train station, known initially as Grand Trunk Central Station and from 1920 to 1966 as Union Station.
Jean Baptiste — were represented in the city. Others joined one of the many fishing and game clubs. For those who craved it, there was even Kultur. The Montreal Grand Opera staged Madame Butterfly in March of 1912 and an early incarnation of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra catered to those with a taste for the classical. For most residents, though, moving pictures were the hot new thing. Bennett’s Vaudeville Theatre on Sparks Street became the first to regularly screen silent films in 1907. By 1912, feature-length films were on offer at the Family Theatre on Queen Street near Bank.
A Regular Palace: Celebrating 100 years of the Chateau Laurier by Don Butler, Maria Cook, Doug Fischer