In this pic you can see the red brick Campbell House at the left and its much larger neighbour, the Canada Life Insurance building which I first showed in 2011 - here. The Canada Life building is most famous in the city for its weather beacon which you can see at the top of the pic. Installed in 1951, it changes colour depending on the forecast and the lights on its stem pulsate up if the temp is rising and down when the temp goes down. Green at top means fair weather, red cloudy. flashing red is rain. and white is snow. A weather sign visible for all! The construction below is a fountain in the boulevard of University Ave finally being repaired after many years empty.
Taking part in Signs, Signs. Click here for more signs.