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John M. MacKenzie

symbolised by a commemorative chapel in the tower and the lining of the walls of the Senate by eight large paintings of events in the First World War. The British parliamentary tradition is followed closely in both architectural and procedural terms in the Commons and Senate, and the buildings have come to be seen as embodying the vast sea-to-sea continental scale of Canadian national identity.37 The Gothic tradition was carried no further. In the case of South Africa, the Union parliament was developed out of the colonial Cape parliament. Responsible government at the

in The British Empire through buildings