Christ Church Cathedral
930 Burdett Avenue
Christ Church CathedralChrist Church Cathedral is the third cathedral built for the Anglicans of British Columbia: The first burned and the second was outgrown by the booming population. A competition was held for the design of a new church, and construction began in 1929 on the winning submission. The Gothic-style nave was completed before the Depression and WWII delayed building for decades. The cathedral was finally consecrated in 1991. Self-guided tours are available.