Definitions for "All Saints' Cathedral"
All Saints Cathedral, Halifax, Nova Scotia, is the metropolitan cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, there being an additional cathedral in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island owing to the diocese unusually containing two civil provinces. All Saints is located in the hospital and area of Halifax, immediately adjacent to the central business district. Built to a neo-gothic design by Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson of Boston and New York, the stone structure, minus the central tower which had been the design's most striking feature, was opened in 1910.