Location: 100 Rue Notre Dame / Rue Saint Vincent
Built: 1920 – 1923
Architect: L A Amos, Charles Saxe and Ernest Cormier
Contractor: Alphonse Gratton and Atlan Construction.
Description: The building faces west and is a two story grey coloured stone structure. The building is located in the centre of the city. The west front has a colonnade of fourteen high columns rising from the first story to the top of the second story. The windows are recessed and the central entrance is a two story recessed alcove. A projecting cornice runs below the flat roof line. The building houses the Quebec Court of Appeal ( Cour d”Appel du Quebec ) and is named as Edifice Cormier. The Grand Entrance Hall runs along the west side of the interior of the building. The Court of Appeal Chamber is located on the second story on the east side of the Grand Entrance Hall. A second courtroom is located on ground floor on the north side of the Grand Entrance Hall.
See: The Court of Appeal is located in the Montreal Judicial District.
Cour d’Appeal du Quebec
Grand Entrance Hall
Court of Appeal Courtroom
Photos taken 2018