Projects in the Parliamentary Precinct
Learn about our projects to restore, renew and modernize the Parliamentary Precinct.
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Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is closed for a major renovation project. It is the largest heritage restoration ever undertaken in Canada.
The Parliament Welcome Centre
(Phase 1 known as the Visitor Welcome Centre)
Learn about the new Centre and how it will be expanded as part of the Centre Block project.
Learn about the project to restore and modernize Parliament Hill’s East Block.
A design competition will help transform the city block directly facing Parliament Hill.
Reimagining the future of the street in front of Parliament Hill.
Learn about how we're restoring the Parliament Hill escarpment to its natural forested state and improving the grounds on Parliament Hill.
The Senate of Canada Building
(formerly the Government Conference Centre)
We restored and modernized Ottawa’s former central train station to serve as a temporary home for the Senate.
We renovated Parliament Hill’s West Block to create an interim home for the House of Commons.
Completed in 2016, the Wellington Building is used for parliamentary offices and meeting spaces.
Completed in 2015, this building is now the permanent home for large parliamentary meetings and functions.
Completely restored between 2002 and 2006, the Main Library remains closed while Centre Block is being renovated. The Library of Parliament’s branch at 125 Sparks Street is serving as the interim Main Library.
Planning for the future
We work from a master plan that we call the Long Term Vision and Plan (LTVP) for the Parliamentary Precinct. The plan provides a detailed and coordinated approach to renovating, restoring and modernizing the Parliament buildings and federal buildings near them. Learn about or read the LTVP annual report.
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