Queen Elizabeth II Court is the city block containing Regina City Hall, a 16-storey office tower in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The city hall is built in the International Style.Opened in 1976, "he construction manager was Poole Construction Limited and the architect, Joseph Pettick. It cost $10.1 million." It replaced two previous city halls—built in 1885-86 and 1908—and a temporary one in the old post office on 11th Avenue at Cornwall Street.
By the time the cornerstone was laid in 1906 for the second, the "gingerbread city hall," "he wooden building which had served as Town Hall and as Regina's first City Hall was no longer sufficient for the city's needs. This is not surprising, since the tiny wooden building was used as City Chambers, the police station, the fire hall, a school, a public meeting hall and a banquet hall."The 1908 building "was grand in scope and size, emphasizing the confidence city fathers saw in the future of the city.
Coordinates 50°26'52.994" N -104°36'57.015" E