Built in 1908 for the Sunbeam Incandescent Lamp Company of Canada, this industrial building later became the Canadian Head Office for the General Electric Company where they produced electric clocks, fuses and yes, light bulbs.

Now known as Dufferin Liberty Centre, this brilliantly renovated turn of the century manufacturing facility stands testament to our city’s rich heritage – an exceptional example of early 20th century industrial design with features of Edwardian classicism.

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