Bank of Nova Scotia Building

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Constructed in 1930, the Bank of Nova Scotia building is said to be hone to a ghostly woman who appears in the upper-story window. Folks say she’s the spirit of a lady who was stabbed in the restroom here during the 1980s.

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Geographic Information

125 8 Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta

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51.0455677, -114.06479009999998
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Calgary, AB (2.7 mi.)
Forest Lawn, AB (4.3 mi.)
Montgomery, AB (4.7 mi.)
Bowness, AB (5.1 mi.)
Midnapore, AB (8.9 mi.)
Shepard, AB (9.2 mi.)
Chestermere, AB (10.3 mi.)
Balzac, AB (12.0 mi.)
Airdrie, AB (15.4 mi.)
Cochrane, AB (19.8 mi.)


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