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    The Renfrew Branch Library in Vancouver, British Columbia, by Hughes Baldwin Architects, submerges into its site.
    Photo: Gary Otte

     

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    The Internment Camp Barrack Relocation project by Caldwell Architects restored a barrack occupied by World War II-era Japanese Americans during their internment.
    Photo: Stan Honda

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    Many of the volunteers who worked on the barrack's recovery and relocation were former internees.
    Photo: Stan Honda

     

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    In Edmonton, Alberta, architect Francis Ng created the Arbour Pow-Wow Ground, to accommodate gatherings for tribal ceremonies and dance.
    Photo: Harry Luke

     

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