A reminder to members of City Daily Photo, the theme day for July 1st is Look Down.
Passing through to the west end of the Heritage Building brings us to the offices associated with the mayor, which includes space for staff and a conference room.
There are paintings to be found in that conference room by two members of the Group of Seven. The first is Algoma Country, by Lawren Harris, an oil painting.
The second, by A.Y. Jackson, is Pickerel Weeds, Split Rock Island, Georgian Bay. The Firestone family, which deeded these paintings and others to the city, were fond of the Group's works.
A more recent acrylic painting hangs in this area, by local artist Katerina Mertikas. Honouring My Father depicts the War Memorial. This was painted in the aftermath of the shooting of Corporal Nathan Cirillo in October 2014, featuring father and son together.
And here is the office space of the mayor himself, who was not present at the time.