The National Centre for Indigenous Laws will be an expansion of UVIC’s Fraser Building to provide academic and support space for the Canadian Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders program (JD/JID) and the Indigenous Legal Research Unit (ILRU). Built to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of the Indigenous people, this centre will be a symbol of progress and unity, while improving the student experience with a comfortable, accessible and modern environment.
- LocationVictoria, BC
- ClientUniversity of Victoria
- ArchitectTwo Row Architect, Teeple Architects and Low Hammond Rowe Architects
- Size26,263 ft² (2440 m²)
- Sustainable FeaturesTargeting LEED Gold