Broadway Bridge, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Built in 1932 during the Great Depression to provide work for local residents; five-span concrete arch bridge designed and constructed under the supervision of Dean C.J. Mackenzie.    

Brooks Aqueduct, Brooks, Alberta

LOCATION: 500  32’ N, 1110 50’ W 142 Range Road, Newell County, Alberta, T1R 0E9. ( 8 km Southeast of the town of Brooks, Alberta, off Trans-Canada Highway 1) DESCRIPTION: Built between 1912 and 1914, the Aqueduct was a 3.2 kilometre long reinforced concrete trestle...

Canadian Pacific Railway, Craigellachie, British Columbia

LOCATION: Craigellachie, British Columbia – 50o 58’31”N  118o 43’25”W The last spike of Canada’s first transcontinental railway was driven here on November 7, 1885. DESCRIPTION: The Canadian Pacific Railway was the Civil Engineering project that united the...

Cape Bonavista Lighthouse

The Lighthouse, designed by Trinity House engineers, was built by the Newfoundland Lighthouse Commissioners between 1841 and 1843. The completed lighthouse is a square two story house-like wooden structure built around a masonry tower, which rises through the centre...

Centre Street Bridge, Calgary, Alberta

Centre St Bridge which crosses the Bow River in Calgary was constructed in 1916, replacing the MacArthur Bridge on the same site which was destroyed by a flood in 1915. Centre Street Bridge was designed by John F. Green, has two decks. The upper deck, a reinforced...

Chambly Canal, Chambly, Quebec

Opened for navigation in 1843, the Chambly Canal by-passed the rapids on the Richelieu River, making it a major trade route between Canada and the United States.

Chignecto Marine Transport Railway, Tidnish, Nova Scotia

Designed by Henry G.C. Ketchum; used to transport boats between the Bay of Fundy and Baie Verte. Hydraulic lifts at each end raised boats onto a railway cradle car. Construction was commended in 1888 but never completed.