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MacMillan Bloedel Place

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MacMillan Bloedel Place

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MacMillan Bloedel Place was a forest information centre located in the VanDusen Botanical Display Gardens in Vancouver. MacMillan Bloedel proposed the centre in 1973, and the proposal received Parks Board approval in 1974. The design architect of the building was Paul Merrick of Berwick, Pratt and Partners. The building received a Canadian Architects Yearbook Award of Excellence in 1974. The Centre closed in 1986.

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