I found this wonderful work of carved wood in the lobby of yesterday's building at 180 Queen St W and it has to be one of the best works I've seen in a long time. It is by Susan Point, a First Nations artist from the west coast, and was done in 2006 and is titled "Ongoing Journey". Her explanation is - "pays tribute to all those involved in treaty negotiations. Paddles were traditionally held point up as canoes approached shoreline settlements, in a salute for peace or a sign for parley". Very suitable for a federal court building!