Notable Dominion Public Building in London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada. The Art Deco building was built 1935 to 1936 to house the Post Office and national government workplaces. The building was fabricated in view of the Public Works Construction Act of 1934. It is one of 26 structures built as a feature of the demonstration to make employments amid the Great Depression.
The Dominion Public Building was assigned by the Government of Canada in 1990 as a Classified Federal Heritage Building FHBRO Number 89-90 and is recorded on the Canadian Register of Historic Places. Larco, one of Canada's greatest land designers, has shopping centers, top of the line inns, storerooms, workplaces and loft structures in its portfolio.