Photos – Provincial Legislature Buildings

We visited all ten Provincial Capitals and their Legislature Buildings for photos with our Canada Flag. On July 1st we were in Victoria, British Columbia and we landed on July 29th in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Then it was on to Ottawa and Parliament Hill.


July 1st Victoria, British Columbia
In British Columbia, they refer to their Legislative Building as their British Columbia Parliament Buildings housing their Legislative Assembly.


July 4th Edmonton, Alberta Legislature Building
(with my cousin Jack)
This is the meeting place of the Legislative Assembly and the Executive Council. It is known to Edmontonians as “the Ledge”.

Inside the the Alberta Legislature Building

July 5th Regina, Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Legislative Building and houses the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.

July 5th Regina, Saskatchewan 
We were greeted by the Honourable Mr. Ken Cheveldayoff, the Minister of Parks, Culture and Sports.

The Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly

July 11th Winnipeg, Manitoba
In Manitoba they refer to their Legislative Building as the Manitoba Legislative Building housing their Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.

July 11th in Winnipeg, Manitoba
We were greeted by Mr. Dwayne Marling, Special Assistant to the Honourable Minister Cullen, Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade. Along with Mr. Marling was a counterpart to his position from the United States. 

July 18th Toronto, Ontario
Ontario Legislative Building housing the Legislative Assembly of Ontario

July 18th Toronto, Ontario
Inside the Ontario Legislative Building with a security officer.

July 21st Quebec City, Quebec
In Quebec, they refer to their Legislative Building as their Parliament Building housing the National Assembly.

July 22nd Fredericton, New Brunswick
The New Brunswick Legislative Building is the home to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick

July 24th Halifax, Nova Scotia
(with my nephew Jon and his wife, Linda)
Province House is where the Nova Scotia legislative assembly, known officially as the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, has met every year since 1819 (the oldest in Canada)

July 24th Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Honourable Mr. Kevin Murphy, Speaker of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly

July 24th Halifax, Nova Scotia
In Province House of Nova Scotia
In this room was born the “Freedom of the Press” in 1835

July 28 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Province House is where the Prince Edward Island Legislature, known as the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, has met since 1847.


July 31st St. John’s, Newfoundland
Confederation Building is the home of the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly.

July 31st St. John’s, Newfoundland
We were given a VIP tour of the Confederation Building in St. John’s by the Honourable Mr. Christopher Mitchelmore, Minister of Tourism, Culture, Industry, and Innovation. 


August 4th Ottawa – Parliament Hill

We visited the Office of the Speaker of the Senate and met with the Chief of Staff, Mr. Stuart Barnable . From there it was a VIP tour of the Parliament Buildings.

August 4th Senate Chamber


August 4th House of Commons