Ewart, David

EWART, David (1841-1921)
(biography in preparation)

Post Office Buildings

(inf. extracted from Canada, Sessional Papers, 1899 to 1915, and from NAC, RG11, which contains detailed architectural specifications for each building noted below. Drawings for virtually all Post Office buildings designed by Ewart and his staff during his tenure as Chief Architect of the Department of Public Works are now held at the National Archives of Canada, Ottawa)

1898 (arranged alphabetically by province)

LIVERPOOL, N.S., Post Office, Main Street at Market Street, 1898-99
INGERSOLL, ONT., Post Office, Thames Street at Charles Street, 1898-99
KENORA, ONT., Post Office, Main Street South, 1898

1899 (arranged alphabetically by province)

KENTVILLE, N.S., Post Office, Church Street, 1899
WOODSTOCK, ONT., Post Office, Dundas Street at Reeve Street, 1899

1900 (arranged alphabetically by province)

KAMLOOPS, B.C., Post Office, Main Street, 1900
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Post Office, Columbia Street at Sixth Street, with Customs Examining Warehouse at the Clarkson Street end, 1900 (Vancouver Daily World, 12 May 1900, 3, descrip.)
ROSSLAND, B.C., Post Office, Lincoln Street at Columbia Avenue, 1900
SPRINGHILL, N.S., Post Office, Church Street at Main Street, 1900
DIGBY, N.S., Post Office, Water Street, 1900
DESERONTO, ONT., Post Office, Centre Street at Main Street, 1900
PARIS, ONT., Post Office, Grand River Street, 1900
PICTON, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1900; altered 1950 (T. Cruickshank & P. Stokes, The Settler's Dream, 1984, 218-19, illus.)
SARNIA, ONT., Post Office, Front Street at Davis Street, 1900 (Sarnia Observer, 20 July 1900, 2, descrip.)
BUCKINGHAM, QUE., Post Office, Main Street at Denis Street, 1900
DRUMMONDVILLE, QUE., Post Office, 1900
HULL, QUE., Post Office, Principale Street, reconstruction of Post Office after fire, 1900
VICTORIAVILLE, QUE., Post Office, Grand Trunk Street, 1900
DAWSON, YUKON, Post Office, 1900

1901 (arranged alphabetically by province)

NELSON, B.C., Post Office, Vernon Street at Ward Street, 1901
GRANBY, QUE., Post Office, Cowie Street at Main Street, 1901

1902 (arranged alphabetically by province)

MARYSVILLE, N.B., Post Office, 1902
RICHIBUCTO, N.B., Post Office, Water Street, 1902
ARICHAT, N.S., Post Office, 1902
GUYSBOROUGH, N.S., Post Office, Upper Water Street, 1902
HALIFAX, N.S., Post Office, Bedford Row at George Street, 1902
CLINTON, ONT., Post Office, King Street at Victoria Street, 1902
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., Post Office, May Street, 1902
TORONTO, ONT., Post Office, Queen Street West at Lisgar Street, 1902
L'ASSOMPTION, QUE., Post Office, St. Jacques Street, 1902

1903 (arranged alphabetically by province)

ALEXANDRIA, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1903
BOWMANVILLE, ONT., Post Office, Temperance Street at King Street, 1903-04
SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT., Post Office, Queen Street at East Street, 1903
TORONTO JUNCTION, ONT., Post Office, Keele Street at Dundas Street West, 1903; demol.
ST. HYACINTHE, QUE., Post Office, Girouard Street at St. Dominique Street, 1903
THETFORD MINES, QUE., Post Office, Notre Dame Street, 1903
VALLEYFIELD, QUE., Post Office, Victoria Street, 1903

1904 (arranged alphabetically by province)

CAMPBELLTON, N.B., Post Office, Water Street, 1904; burned 1910; rebuilt (dwgs. at NBA, MC 157/53)
SYDNEY MINES, N.S., Post Office, Fraser Avenue, 1904 (E. Pacey & A. Comiter, Landmarks: Historic Buildings of Nova Scotia, 1994, 104-05, illus.)
FORT ERIE, ONT., Post Office, 1904
OSHAWA, ONT., Post Office, Wellington Street at King Street, 1904
WINGHAM, ONT., Post Office, Josephine Street, 1904
ACTONVALE, QUE., Post Office, Main Street, 1904
LONGUEUIL, QUE., Post Office, Chambly Street, 1904
MONTREAL, QUE., at St. Louis du Mile End, Post Office, 1904

1905 (arranged alphabetically by province)

VANCOUVER, B.C., Post Office, West Hastings Street at Granville Street, 1905-09 (H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 546-8, illus. & descrip.)
ANTIGONISH, N.S., Post Office, 1905
CANSO, N.S., Post Office, Main Street, 1905
HAWKESBURY, ONT., Post Office, 1905
SANDWICH, ONT., Post Office, 1905
TORONTO, ONT., Post Office, Yonge Street at Charles Street, 1905-06 (with Samuel G. Curry, local supervising architect)
SOURIS, P.E.I., Post Office, Main Street, 1905
CHICOUTIMI, QUE., Post Office, Racine Street, 1905
LEVIS, QUE., Post Office, Laurier Avenue at Commercial Avenue, 1905
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Post Office, Main Street at Fairford Street, 1905 (Sask. Association of Architects, Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan, 1986, 85, illus.)
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK., Post Office, Church Street at Third Street, 1905

1906 (arranged alphabetically by province)

MEDICINE HAT, ALTA., Post Office, Main Street, 1906; addition 1914
INVERNESS, N.S., Post Office, Railway Street, 1906
NORTH BAY, ONT., Post Office, Main Street at Fraser Street, 1906
ST. MARYS, ONT., Post Office, Water Street at Queen Street, 1906
IBERVILLE, QUE., Post Office, Market Street, 1906
MONTMAGNY, QUE., Post Office, St. Jean Baptiste Street, 1906
(with Maurice Perrault) MONTREAL, QUE., Post Office, Ste. Catherine Street near University Street, 1906-07 (C.A.B., xx, Nov. 1907, 22, descrip.)
NICOLET, QUE., Post Office, Hotel Dieu Avenue, 1906 (La Presse [Montreal], 3 Aug 1906, 10, illus.)

1907 (arranged alphabetically by province)

EDMONTON, ALTA., Post Office, Rice Street at Macdougal Street, 1907-09 (Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 103, illus.)
CUMBERLAND, B.C., Post Office, Dunsmuir Avenue, 1907
FERNIE, B.C., Post Office, Pellat Avenue, 1907
ST. BONIFACE, MAN., Post Office, Provencher Street, 1907
WINNIPEG, MAN., Post Office, Main Street at Magnus Avenue, 1907 (Winnipeg, 1992-1993 The Year Past, 1995, 63-4, illus. & descrip.)
BRIDGEWATER, N.S., Post Office, King Street, 1907
WESTVILLE, N.S., Post Office, 1907
KINCARDINE, ONT., Post Office, Queen Street, 1907
OWEN SOUND, ONT., Post Office, Baker Street at Scrope Street, 1907
LACHUTE, QUE., Post Office, Main Street, 1907
REGINA, SASK., Post Office, 11th Avenue at Scarth Street, 1907-08 (Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 88-90, illus. & descrip.)
SASKATOON, SASK., Post Office, 1st Avenue at 21st Street, 1907

1908 (arranged alphabetically by province)

LADYSMITH, B.C., Post Office, The Esplanade, 1908
DAUPHIN, MAN., Post Office, 2nd Avenue N.W., 1908
EMERSON, MAN., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
NEEPAWA, MAN., Post Office, Mountain Avenue, 1908
GLENCOE, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
LEAMINGTON, ONT., Post Office, Talbot Street, 1908
MARKHAM, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
PARKHILL, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
RENFREW, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
SIMCOE, ONT., Post Office, Peel Street at Kent Street, 1908
WELLAND, ONT., Post Office, Canal Street, 1908
WHITBY, ONT., Post Office, Dundas Street at Brock Street, 1908
COOKSHIRE, QUE., Post Office, Main Street, 1908
MAGOG, QUE., Post Office, 1908
MONTREAL, QUE., Post Office, Centre Street, in Point St. Charles, 1908-09
PLESSISVILLE, QUE., Post Office, St. Calixte Street, 1908
MAPLE CREEK, SASK., Post Office, Jasper Street, 1908
YORKTON, SASK., Post Office, 1908

1909 (arranged alphabetically by province)

QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Post Office, St. Joseph Street at Dorchester Street, St. Roch, 1909
ESTEVAN, SASK., Post Office, 4th Street, 1909

1910 (arranged alphabetically by province)

VERNON, B.C., Post Office, Eighth Street, 1910-11
SOURIS, MAN., Post Office, 1910-11
CAMPBELLTON, N.B., 1910; reconstruction of the post office built 1905-06 (dwgs. at NBA, MC 140)
HARTLAND, N.B., Post Office, Main Street, 1910
ELORA, ONT., Post Office, Geddes Street, 1910-11
FERGUS, ONT., Post Office, St. Andrew Street, 1910-11
WATERLOO, ONT., Post Office, King Street, 1910-11
ARTHABASKA, QUE., Post Office, de la Cour Street, 1910
MARIEVILLE, QUE., Post Office, Ste. Marie Street, 1910-11
MEGANTIC, QUE., Post Office, Main Street, 1910
BATTLEFORD, SASK., Post Office, Second Avenue, 1910-11

1911 (arranged alphabetically by province)

STRATHCONA, ALTA., Post Office, Whyte Avenue at 105th Street, 1911-13
WETASKIWIN, ALTA., Post Office, Pearse Street, 1911
CHILLIWACK, B.C., Post Office, 1911
CRANBROOK, B.C., Post Office, Baker Street, 1911
GRAND FORKS, B.C., Post Office, Third Street, 1911
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., Post Office, Gaddy Street, 1911
FAIRVILLE, N.B.,Post Office, Main Street, 1911
HILLSBORO, N.B., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
PARRSBORO, N.S., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
WOLFVILLE, N.S., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
CHESLEY, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
DRESDEN, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
DUNDAS, ONT., Post Office, McMurray Street, 1911
ESSEX, ONT., Post Office, Gordon Avenue, 1911
HARRISTON, ONT., Post Office, 1911
LISTOWEL, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
MITCHELL, ONT., Post Office, Market Square, 1911
MOUNT FOREST, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
PORT PERRY, ONT., Post Office, Queen Street, 1911
SEAFORTH, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
TILBURY, ONT., Post Office, Queen Street, 1911
TILLSONBURG, ONT., Post Office, Broadway, 1911
UXBRIDGE, ONT., Post Office, Maple Street, 1911
TIGNISH, P.E.I., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
ROCK ISLAND, QUE., Post Office, School Street, 1911
ROBERVAL, QUE., Post Office, St. Joseph Street, 1911
ST. LAMBERT, QUE., Post Office, Notre Dame Avenue, 1911
GRAVELBOURG, SASK., Post Office, 4th Avenue, 1911
HUMBOLDT, SASK., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
MELFORT, SASK., Post Office, Main Street, 1911
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Post Office, Main Street North at Fairford Street, 1911-12
WEYBURN, SASK., Post Office, Fourth Street, 1911-12 (Saskatchewan Association of Architects, Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan, 1986, 84, illus.)

1912 (arranged alphabetically by province)

LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., Post Office, Dufferin Street, 1912-13 (H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 548, illus.)
GRAND FALLS, N.B., Post Office, Court Street, 1912
MINNEDOSA, MAN., Post Office, Tillson Street, 1912
GANANOQUE, ONT., Post Office, King Street, 1912
KEMPTVILLE, ONT., Post Office, Prescott Street, 1912
MIDLAND, ONT., Post Office, King Street, 1912-15
TILLSONBURG, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1912-13; demol. 1956
LLOYDMINSTER, SASK., Post Office, Main Street, 1912

1913 (arranged alphabetically by province)

DUNCAN, B.C., Post Office, Craig Street, 1913
GREENWOOD, B.C., Post Office, Government Street, 1913
MORDEN, MAN., Post Office, Stephen Street, 1913
VIRDEN, MAN., Post Office, Nelson Street, 1913
FREDERICTON, N.B., Post Office, Queen Street, 1913
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Post Office, Prince William Street, 1913-14 (C.R., xxviii, 23 Sept. 1914, 1197, illus.; dwg. at NAC, Picture Collection, C 104969)
ACTON, ONT., Post Office, Mill Street, 1913
ATHENS, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1913
AYLMER, ONT., Post Office, Talbot Street, 1913
BRACEBRIDGE, ONT., Post Office, Thomas Street, 1913
BRANTFORD, ONT., Post Office, Dalhousie Street at Queen Street, 1913-15 (Brantford Expositor, 17 June 1915)
EGANVILLE, ONT., Post Office, Bonnechere Street, 1913
ELMIRA, ONT., Post Office, Arthur Street, 1913
LAKEFIELD, ONT., Post Office, Bridge Street, 1913
MIDLAND, ONT., Post Office, King Street, 1913
PRESTON, ONT., Post Office, King Street, 1913
SHELBURNE, ONT., Post Office, Owen Sound Street, 1913
SUDBURY, ONT., Post Office, Durham Street at Elm Street, 1913
LOUISEVILLE, QUE., Post Office, 1913
MATANE, QUE., Post Office, Grande Avenue, 1913
STE. THERESE, QUE., Post Office, Church Street, 1913
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., Post Office, Notre Dame Street, 1913-15 (C.R., xxxii, 26 June 1918, 508, illus. & descrip.)
BATTLEFORD, SASK., Post Office, 22nd Street, 1913

1914 (arranged alphabetically by province)

CARMAN, MAN., Post Office, Maple Avenue, 1914
MILLTOWN, N.B., Post Office, Main Street, 1914
DARTMOUTH, N.S., Post Office, Quarrel Street at Wentworth Street, 1914
AURORA, ONT., Post Office, Yonge Street, 1914
GRIMSBY, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1914
HANOVER, ONT., Post Office, Durham Road, 1914
MILTON, ONT., Post Office, Main Street at Martin Street, 1914
NEWMARKET, ONT., Post Office, Main Street at Park Street, 1914
NORWICH, ONT., Post Office, Main Street, 1914
WALKERVILLE, ONT., Post Office, Devonshire Road at Brant Street, 1914
EAST ANGUS, QUE., Post Office, Sherbrooke Street, 1914
JONQUIERES, QUE., Post Office, St. Thomas Street, 1914
MURRAY BAY, QUE., Post Office, Main Street at St. Antoine Street, 1914

Armoury and Drill Hall Buildings

(inf. extracted from Canada, Sessional Papers, 1898 to 1915, and from NAC, RG 11, which contains detailed architectural specifications for each building noted below. Drawings for virtually all Armoury and Drill Hall buildings designed by Ewart and his staff during his tenure as Chief Architect of the Department of Public Works are now held at the National Archives of Canada, Ottawa)

KINGSTON, ONT., Montreal Street, 1898-99 (Kingston, Buildings of Architectural & Historic Significance, vi, 1985, 148-9, illus.)
WINDSOR, N.S., 1899
VANCOUVER, B.C., Beatty Street at Dunsmuir Street, 1899-1900
BROCKVILLE, ONT., East Avenue at Pine Street, 1900
DUNDAS, ONT., King Street at Market Street, 1900
WINDSOR, ONT., University Avenue East, 1900
BADDECK, N.S., 1901
ST. THOMAS, ONT., Wilson Street at Chester Street, 1901
MIDDLETON, N.S., Commercial Street, 1902
SUSSEX, N.B., 1902
KAMLOOPS, B.C., 1902
LONDON, ONT., Dundas Street at Waterloo Street, 1902-03 (Free Press [London], 29 March 1902, 5, illus.; N. Tausky & L. DiStefano, Victorian Architecture in London & Southwestern Ontario, 1986, 383-5, illus.)
VIRDEN, MAN., 1904
WOODSTOCK, ONT., Chapel Street, 1904
ST. CATHARINES, ONT., Lake Street at Elizabeth Street, 1904-05
COBOURG, ONT., King Street, 1904
ROSSLAND, B.C., 1904
CHATHAM, ONT., Colborne Street, 1905
BURFORD, ONT., King Street, 1905
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., St. Francois Xavier Street, 1905
ST. HYACINTHE, QUE., 1905
GUELPH, ONT., Huskinsson Street, 1906 (Evening Mercury [Guelph], 2 Nov. 1909, 1, descrip.)
TRURO, N.S., Wilson Street, 1907
BRANDON, MAN., Victoria Street, 1907-08
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., in the Citadel compound adjacent to the Gunnery School, 1907-08
SHERBROOKE, QUE., Belvedere Street at Victoria Street, 1907-08
BELLEVILLE, ONT., Bridge Street East at Pinnacle Street, 1907-08
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., Victoria Street at South Street, 1907-08
PETERBOROUGH, ONT., Murray Street, 1907-08
STRATHROY, ONT., Frank Street at James Street, 1907
WALKERTON, ONT., 1907
DURHAM, ONT., Garafraxa Street, 1908
JOLIETTE, QUE., Park Street, 1909
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I., Summer Street, 1910
FRASERVILLE, QUE., Joly Street, 1910
RIMOUSKI, QUE., St. Jean Baptiste Street, 1910
ST. JOHN, N.B., Carmarthen Street at Sheffield Street, 1910-11 (dwgs. at NBA, Mott Coll., 164/718)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., Victoria Street at South Street, 1910
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I., Summer Street at Fitzroy Street, 1911
LEVIS, QUE., St. David Street at St. Antoine Street, 1911
STRATHCONA, ALTA., Griesbach Avenue, 1911-12
PORT ARTHUR, ONT., Park Street at Second Street, 1913-14
PEMBROKE, ONT., 1913-14
VIRDEN, MAN., 1913
COATICOOK, QUE., 1914
EDMONTON, ALTA., Churchill Avenue, 1913-14
AMHERST, N.S., Acadia Street, 1914-15
BARRIE, ONT., High Street, 1914
GALT, ONT., Mill Street, 1914
NAPANEE, ONT., Centre Street, 1914
WINNIPEG, MAN., St. Matthew's Avenue at Minto Street, 1914-15
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK., 8th Avenue, 1914
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C., 15th Street at Forbes Avenue, 1914

Other Public Buildings

(inf. extracted from Canada, Sessional Papers, 1898 to 1915, and from NAC, RG 11, which contains detailed architectural specifications for each building noted below. Drawings for most, but not all, public buildings designed by Ewart and his staff during his tenure as Chief Architect of the Department of Public Works are now held at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa)

ELKHORN, MAN., Washakada Indian Industrial School, 1898
REGINA, SASK., Dominion Lands Office, 1899 (dwgs. at SAB, Regina)
LAWLOR'S ISLAND, N.S., Quarantine Station Buildings, 1899
MEDICINE HAT, ALTA., Court House, 1899; demol. 1969
PARTRIDGE ISLAND, N.B., Quarantine Station Buildings, 1899
ROBERVAL, QUE., Immigration Building, 1900
OTTAWA, ONT., Rideau Hall, Sussex Drive near MacKay Street, addition of the South Wing, also called The Minto Wing, 1900; burned April 1904 and rebuilt by Ewart; 1904-05; with later additions of the Long Drawing Room, Vestibule, and north facade, and other alterations, 1913-14 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 4 April 1904, 3, descrip.; R.H. Hubbard, Rideau Hall: An Illustrated History of Government House, Ottawa, 1967, 12, illus. and plan)
LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., Immigration Building, 1901
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Immigration Building, 1901
KINGSTON, ONT., Hospital at Fort Frederick, 1901
DAWSON, YUKON, Administration Building, Court House, and Commissioner's Residence, 1901
KINGSTON, ONT., Royal Military College, new Gymnasium, 1902; Stables, 1905; Servants row housing, off Barriefield Road, 1908; Dormitory, 1911-12)
OTTAWA, ONT., Central Experimental Farm Grounds, Dominion Observatory, Carling Aveue,1902; Chief Astronomer's Residence, 1909; Geodetic Survey Building, 1914
OTTAWA, ONT., Major's Hill Park, greenhouse and conservatory, 1902
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Artillery Park Grounds, new workshop, 1902; iron foundry for the Arsenal, St. Jean Street, 1902 (L. Noppen, Quebec - Trois siecles d'architecture, 1979, 98, illus.)
FORT MacLEOD, SASK., Court House, 1902-03 (M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 136, illus.)
CARNDUFF, SASK., Court House, 1902
SASKATOON, SASK., Immigration Building, 1902
YORKTON, SASK., Court House, 1902; demol. c. 1927 (M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 135, illus.)
RED DEER, ALTA., Court House, Ross Street, 1903-04
EDMONTON, ALTA., Jail, 1903
WINNIPEG, MAN., Immigration Building at the C.P.R. Station, adjacent to Maple Street, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 12 Aug. 1904, 1 & 6, illus. & descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., Victoria Memorial Museum, McLeod Street at Metcalfe Street, 1904-12; altered and restored 2007-09, now the Canadian Museum of Nature (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 2 Feb. 1904, 1, descrip.; 6 Feb. 1904, 1, illus.; report on foundation problems and structural damage, Evening Journal [Ottawa], 22 March 1911, 3; 24 March 1911, 3; completion of the Art Gallery in the Museum, 1911, Evening Journal [Ottawa], 5 Oct. 1911, 1; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 86 illus.; dwgs. at NAC, Picture Coll., C 90396)
OTTAWA, ONT., Dominion Archives Building, Sussex Drive at St. Andrew Street, 1904-07
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Detention Hospital, 1905
LONDON, ONT., Military Store Building, 1905
OTTAWA, ONT., Royal Canadian Mint, Sussex Drive at Bruyere Street, designed 1902; built 1905-08 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 11 Aug. 1902, 9, descrip.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Indian Affairs & Fisheries Building, Carnarvon Street at McKenzie Street, 1905
WINNIPEG, MAN., Fort Osborne, new Guard Room, offices and Store Building, 1907; residences for Non-Commissioned Officers, 1907
HALIFAX, N.S., Detention Hospital, Gottingen Street, 1906; Winter Hospital, Lawlor's Island, 1906
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Military Store Building for the Dominion Arsenal, Carleton Street at Arsenal Street, 1907
WINNIPEG, MAN., Customs Examining Warehouse, McDiarmid Street at Rorie Street, 1908
VICTORIA, B.C., Immigration Hospital, Ontario Street at Dallas Road, 1908
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK., workshops at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary, 1909-11; demol.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Hospital at the Quarantine Station, 1911
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Court House, 1911-12 (C.R., xxv, 15 Nov. 1911, 44, illus.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Customs Examining Warehouse, Howe Street at Cordova Street, 1911-13
CALGARY, ALTA., Immigration Building, 1st Street at 10th Avenue West, 1912
MONTREAL, QUE., Customs Examining Warehouse, McGill Street at Place d'Youville, 1912-14 (C.R., xxvi, 10 July 1912, 55, illus. & descrip.; Const., ix, Sept. 1916, 289-92, illus. & descrip.; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 68-71, illus.)
CALGARY, ALTA., Customs Examining Warehouse, 11th Avenue S.E., 1912-16
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., Customs Examining Warehouse, Leith Street, 1913
VICTORIA, B.C., Dominion Government Observatory, Denison Road, on Gonzales Heights, 1913-14 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 164-66, illus. & descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., Customs House, MacKenzie Avenue at George Street, 1914-15 (Const., x, April 1917, 113-18, illus. & descrip.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 548-9, illus.)
PORT ARTHUR, ONT., Customs House, South Water Street at Arthur Street, 1914-15
VANCOUVER, B.C., Immigration Building, Burrard Inlet, 1915 (C.R., xxix, 26 May 1915, 567-8, illus. & descrip.)

COMPETITIONS

TORONTO, ONT., Ontario Parliament Building, Queen's Park, 1880. Ewart was one of 16 architects who submitted plans in this important competition. His entry, signed "Nax" achieved the 3rd Premium (Globe [Toronto], 6 Dec. 1880, 8). The first prize was awarded to Gordon & Helliwell, but all the schemes were later rejected by the provincial government as being too costly. A second competition was later held in 1882, but again, the winning scheme was never built.