Western Canadian Place is an office tower complex in Calgary, Alberta. It consists of two buildings, the taller North Tower and the shorter South Tower. It was designed by the architectural firm, Cohos Evamy (the same firm who designed Bankers Hall - East and Bankers Hall - West in Calgary) in late modernist style. The office complex was purchased in 2004 for $230,675,000 by bcIMC and is run for them by GWL Realty Advisors, one of the firms involved in building the structure.
It is the headquarters of Husky Energy and Apache Corp.'s Canadian subsidiary, Apache Canada. The north tower is located at 707 8th Avenue SW, it stands at 164 m (538 ft) or 40 storeys. The south tower is shorter, standing only 30 storeys for a height of 128 meters (420 feet). The ensemble was completed in 1983.