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Journal Le Madawaska Building

20 St-François Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick

Located in downtown Edmundston at the intersection of St-François and Ferry streets and constructed circa 1910, the Journal Le Madawaska Building, after undergoing exterior and…

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

175 Église Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is a large masonry church building located in the City of Edmundston. It is the Episcopal Seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of…

P'tit Sault Blockhouse

10 St-Jean Avenue, Edmundston, New Brunswick

The P’tit Sault Blockhouse consists of a strategic site on a rocky hillock, overlooking the confluence of the Saint John and the Madawaska Rivers in the City of Edmundston,…

Saint John the Baptist Anglican Church

Edmundston, New Brunswick

St. John the Baptist Church is a wooden Anglican church built in the Neo-Gothic style and located prominently atop a hill at the corner of Church and Costigan streets in the City…

Edmundston CPR Station

121 Victoria Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick

The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Station is located at 121 Victoria Street, southeast of downtown, near the junction of the Madawaska and Saint John rivers in Edmundston.

Atelier RADO

85 Victoria Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick

The building housing Atelier RADO is located in the old Sacré-Coeur district, at 85 Victoria Street, and was built circa 1905. It consists of a rectangular brick, 2-story…

Albert House

25 Canada Road, Edmundston, New Brunswick

Located in downtown Edmundston and built around 1908, the Albert House consists of a 2-story brick Second Empire residence with a central capped tower on the front façade.

Brunswick Résidence Funéraire

20, rue de l'Église, Edmundston, New Brunswick

This former hotel, constructed in 1917 by Fraser Papers, consists of a rectangular 3-story inductrial building located along the banks of the Madawaska River in Edmundston.

Simon-Larouche Pavilion

165 Hébert Boulevard, Edmundston, New Brunswick

Built between 1948-1950, on a hill overlooking downtown Edmundston, Pavillon Simon-Larouche is an imposing Art Deco style building. The grey brick building includes a four-storey…

Office of Lawyer Jean Cyr

10 Emmerson Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick

Located in downtown Edmundston across from the fire station and built around 1905, the 2-story architecture of the office of lawyer Jean Cyr reflects Victorian eclecticism.

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