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The Centre for International Governance Campus continues to rack up the national honours after winning the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture April 23.

It is now the fourth building on the corner of Erb and Caroline Streets in uptown Waterloo to receive the honour along with the former Seagram Museum in 1986, The Clay and Glass Gallery in 1997 and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in 2006.

“On behalf of everyone at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, I congratulate Shirley Blumberg and her team at KPMB on this outstanding honour,” said CIGI President Rohinton Medhora in a release. “This medal...

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