Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
This composite building (1874) was designed by George Goldie in a mixture of Norman and Renaissance styles. The lighting effects of the 69 stained-glass windows, created by Loblin of Tours in France, is best seen in the evening or early morning. A small wooden statue of Saint Asicus stands near the main door.
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