Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI LITHtMMI Meiwmber line say by Canadian Press Artists drawing of the CN and 980- foot office tower are added to the Toronto skyline. The CN Tower will rise to a height of feet which will make it the world's tallest free-standing structure on completion in 1974. The office .under will be 72 storeys high. Construction across the nation continues to build new images of great Canadian cities. Montreal Place Victoria in downtown Montreal building housing the Montreal Stock is the tallest building in 47 storeys. Place Ville Marie contains offices and an underground shopping area. I f Edmonton In the tallest Building is the Alberta Sovernment Telephones Building 35 Floors and 441 feet. It was built in 1971 at a cost of million. CN office tower is in the foreground Vancouver Curtain of buildings rings downtown Van- couver waterfront as construction boom in the city continues. Mayor Art Phillips and his alder- manic slate elected last December have been reluctant to grant permits for any new huge towers. Moncton The Moncton seen from the Petitcodiac Is dominated by two structures. The New. Brunswick Telephone communications tower Is the highest structure In the rising 360 feet. The Assumption at 275 Is part of a million complex completed in February. Besides the the complex consists of a 10-storey hotel and the city hall.