Portrait gallery advocates ‘disappointed’ but understand rationale for indigenous centre at old U.S. embassy

Proponents of a national portrait gallery say they’ll continue advocating for such a facility in the capital.

The old U.S. embassy building at 100 Wellington St., pictured last August ahead of the launch of public consultations on what to do with the long-vacant heritage space. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

PUBLISHED :Monday, June 19, 2017 12:00 AM

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