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Breton is named for Douglas Breton, who was a former member of the Alberta Legislature.


Location:  Breton is located in the central part of the Province to the southwest of Edmonton.


Judicial District:  Edmonton Judicial District


Provincial Court Courthouse – Breton


Location:  4911 50 Avenue / 49 Street

Built:  1978 – 1979

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Gordon, Mangold, McFadden of Edmonton

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building faces north and is a one story concrete and glass structure.  The building is located in the centre of Breton. The building has a wide section running along the roof line with recessed walls and windows. The roof is sloped.


Note:  The cost of construction was $678,564.


See:  The architect, Gordon, Mangold, McFadden of Edmonton also designed the courthouses at Taber and Wainwright.


See:  Within the Edmonton Judicial District is the Court of Queens Bench at Edmonton and Provincial Courthouses located at  Athabasca   /   Barrhead   /   Boyle   /    Drayton Valley   /   Edson   /   Evansburg     /   Fort Saskatchewan   /   Grande Cache   /   Hinton   /   Jasper  /   Leduc   /  Mayerthorpe   /  Morinville   /  St. Albert   /  Sherwood Park  /  Stony Plain  /  Vegreville   /  Westlock   /   Whitecourt




Provincial Courthouse – Breton









Photos taken 2015